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Is it possible/good to install Windows 10 on a CORSAIR Force Series MP300 240GB, M.2 SSD?

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Go to solution Solved by mxk,

Why wouldn't it? It'll work fine.

I had some thoughts about installing Windows 10 on a M.2 SSD because I simply wanted my system to boot faster. Is it safe to do so and will it actually work?

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Why wouldn't it? It'll work fine.

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It should work fine as long as your Motherboard has support for M.2 booting. I only mention this because I had a Lenovo laptop that could use the M.2 drive as a backup/emergency drive but it would not function as a boot drive no matter what I tried.(it came with a 24GB drive in there, I tried to replace with a 512GB drive with no luck) :/ But it *should* work. heh

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11 hours ago, RollinLower said:

yes it will work, tough sometimes you would have to edit some settings in the BIOS to enable booting from M.2 drives.

Is there anything specific I should look for in the BIOS or something?

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2 hours ago, Betahuman said:

Is there anything specific I should look for in the BIOS or something?

Well usually under boot management or something like that there should be an option to boot from m.2. tough I'm not sure what it's called exactly, I don't think there's a universal name for the setting. 

Just make sure it is enabled and you should be good to go.

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