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Dell Latitude E7250 SSD Replacement

  • Slide the battery release all the way to the right.Once the battery release is pulled all the way, the battery will lift itself slightly from the casing.
    • Slide the battery release all the way to the right.

    • Once the battery release is pulled all the way, the battery will lift itself slightly from the casing.

    • Remove the battery.

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  • Locate your SSD, it is on the right side and held in with a small screw.Unscrew the SSD carefully. Once done, the SSD will "pop" upwards at an angle making removal easy.Gently grasp the SSD on either side with your thumb and forefinger and pull away from the computer.
    • Locate your SSD, it is on the right side and held in with a small screw.

    • Unscrew the SSD carefully. Once done, the SSD will "pop" upwards at an angle making removal easy.

    • Gently grasp the SSD on either side with your thumb and forefinger and pull away from the computer.

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  • Sours: https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Dell+Latitude+E7250+SSD+Replacement/100274

    normally this is a simple task, but the SSD (Samsung 850) is not recognized in BIOS or in Windows 7 Setup (haven't tried Win 10 yet)

    the device is running BIOS v19

    SATA is set to AHCI

    Is there a little (or big) trick to it?


    Best Answer

    Bryan Doe

    Mace

    OP

    Try it in a different machine and make sure it's not dead. Also, try reseating it, sometimes I think they slide in there right only to realize it missed the connector.

    View this "Best Answer" in the replies below »

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    IgnaceQ

    Cayenne

    OP

    you should put your bios in legacy mode instead of uefi.

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    Antonio1984

    Thai Pepper

    OP

    If BIOS doesn't see it, obviously no O.S. will see it. Have you checked if there is any BIOS update on the Dell website?

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    Big Green Man

    Mace

    OP

    IgnaceQ wrote:

    you should put your bios in legacy mode instead of uefi.

    UEFI mode wouldn't stop the BIOS (UEFI page) from seeing the hardware. It would only stop Windows 7 from installing correctly.

    I'm with Antonio. BIOS/UEFI should always be updated before trying to upgrade to an SSD.

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    Bryan Doe

    Mace

    OP

    Best Answer

    Try it in a different machine and make sure it's not dead. Also, try reseating it, sometimes I think they slide in there right only to realize it missed the connector.

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    Jan Loesch

    Tabasco

    OP

    Antonio1984 wrote:

    If BIOS doesn't see it, obviously no O.S. will see it. Have you checked if there is any BIOS update on the Dell website?

    BIOS 19 is the latest
    but thanks for the idea

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    Jan Loesch

    Tabasco

    OP

    Bryan Doe wrote:

    Try it in a different machine and make sure it's not dead.

    testes with an adapter SATA --> USB and everything was OK
    the SSD is working - just not inside the Latitude (right now)

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    Snufykat

    Mace

    OP

    Bios settings are not correct, are you using the right mode?

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    mrbostn

    Thai Pepper

    OP

    Jan Loesch wrote:

    Bryan Doe wrote:

    Try it in a different machine and make sure it's not dead. Also, try reseating it, sometimes I think they slide in there right only to realize it missed the connector.

    testes with an adapter SATA --> USB and everything was OK
    the SSD is working - just not inside the Latitude (right now)
    I've had this issue but with E6540s. All have update BIOS, I'm toggled between legacy and UEFI. Nothing worked.
    I bought a different mfg SSD and it worked. It's very odd.

    This was with Intel SSD's. Some Intel's work some won't. This was a 6 months ago so I forget the model.

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    Big Green Man

    Mace

    OP

    mrbostn wrote:

    Jan Loesch wrote:

    Bryan Doe wrote:

    Try it in a different machine and make sure it's not dead. Also, try reseating it, sometimes I think they slide in there right only to realize it missed the connector.

    testes with an adapter SATA --> USB and everything was OK
    the SSD is working - just not inside the Latitude (right now)
    I've had this issue but with E6540s. All have update BIOS, I'm toggled between legacy and UEFI. Nothing worked.
    I bought a different mfg SSD and it worked. It's very odd.

    This was with Intel SSD's. Some Intel's work some won't. This was a 6 months ago so I forget the model.
    I did a little research, and some of the older Dell laptops aren't fans of Samsung SSDs either.

    OP, plug the drive into another computer and see if there's a firmware update available for it.

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    Jan Loesch

    Tabasco

    OP

    Bryan Doe wrote:

    try reseating it, sometimes I think they slide in there right only to realize it missed the connector.


    this is by far my dumbest mistake I made this week (ok, it's only monday but still)

    The Samsung SSD is too thin!!!

    You turn the device bottom up to swap the drives.

    If you push the SSD in while the Latitude is still bottom up it will slide in, you can tighten all the screws and you get what I had.

    If you turn it over (now the notebook is standing normal) and then push the ssd in, the BIOS recognizes it.

    Windows Setup is running...

    @Bryan Do: Thank you!

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    Bryan Doe

    Mace

    OP

    It's happened to me more than I care to admit too ;)  Glad it's working!

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    Sneakycyber

    Cayenne

    OP

    Lol, happened here before too.

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    Rockn

    Mace

    OP

    Yep, did that once on a laptop. Drive would not line up with the SATA connectors and it actually slid in underneath them and felt like it was seated. Lesson learned.

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    StumpJumper

    Serrano

    OP

    I just replaced a HDD with Crucial SSD in a Latitude E6500 series.  The drive's SATA connector wasn't lining up correctly with the PCs connector but it was really close.   Fortunately a thin spacer was included in the box that added some thickness to the drive and corrected the problem.

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    Stephen_UK

    Serrano

    OP

    I think the SSD's (not just Crucial, I have just acquired a Kingston one for home use that is the same) is 7mm thick. The spacer takes it up to 9.5mm and would correct the height accordingly

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    DZee

    Habanero

    OP

    I've been running a Samsung 850 EVO SSD in my Dell e6520 for several years without a problem on BIOS A19. Before that I had a smaller Samsung 840 EVO SSD in there.

    In BIOS settings, under Boot Sequence menu, I have the Boot List Option set to Legacy (not UEFI).

    Did you happen to clone a HDD to the SSD, or are you starting fresh?  I ask because I one had a problem where an SSD drive didn't work after cloning a HDD to it, but it was fine when I started from scratch.

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    Owenmpk

    Datil

    OP

    Jan Loesch wrote:

    Bryan Doe wrote:

    try reseating it, sometimes I think they slide in there right only to realize it missed the connector.


    this is by far my dumbest mistake I made this week (ok, it's only monday but still)

    The Samsung SSD is too thin!!!

    You turn the device bottom up to swap the drives.

    If you push the SSD in while the Latitude is still bottom up it will slide in, you can tighten all the screws and you get what I had.

    If you turn it over (now the notebook is standing normal) and then push the ssd in, the BIOS recognizes it.

    Windows Setup is running...

    @Bryan Do: Thank you!

    We have all made this type of error and you are a good person to admit this in a public forum 

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    Martin2012

    Mace

    OP

    they are a tad smaller than a normal HD, so make sure it's seated properly in the socket, but they do work fine

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    DZee

    Habanero

    OP

    Owenmpk wrote:

    Jan Loesch wrote:

    Bryan Doe wrote:

    try reseating it, sometimes I think they slide in there right only to realize it missed the connector.


    this is by far my dumbest mistake I made this week (ok, it's only monday but still)

    The Samsung SSD is too thin!!!

    You turn the device bottom up to swap the drives.

    If you push the SSD in while the Latitude is still bottom up it will slide in, you can tighten all the screws and you get what I had.

    If you turn it over (now the notebook is standing normal) and then push the ssd in, the BIOS recognizes it.

    Windows Setup is running...

    @Bryan Do: Thank you!

    We have all made this type of error and you are a good person to admit this in a public forum 

    I have to hold my E6520 upright when pushing in the SSD.  Should have mentioned that, because I forgot once putting it in while the laptop was on its top and it couldn't make contact with the connector.  There are spacers, but I just flip it upright and push the drive in, then tighten the screws just as you did.  The fashion cover helps hold up the other end until the screws are in.

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    Sean Enright

    Jalapeno

    OP

    What you really need, and some SSD's come with this, is a spacer to add to the ssd so that you don't have issues like this. I have also dealt with this issue in the past and this resovles it.

    http://www.amazon.com/EDGE-7mm-9-5mm-Spacer-Adapter/dp/B014LQM6I2

    Edit- I see others mentioned it above, I glossed over their post, sorry!

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    RoguePacket

    Mace

    OP

    Sean Enright wrote:

    ....http://www.amazon.com/EDGE-7mm-9-5mm-Spacer-Adapter/dp/B014LQM6I2...
    Those used to be included free.  Seeing this one is $10.71 down from $24.94??  Wow.

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    Ryan_O

    Jalapeno

    OP

    Jan Loesch wrote:

    this is by far my dumbest mistake I made this week (ok, it's only monday but still)

    The Samsung SSD is too thin!!!

    You turn the device bottom up to swap the drives.

    If you push the SSD in while the Latitude is still bottom up it will slide in, you can tighten all the screws and you get what I had.

    If you turn it over (now the notebook is standing normal) and then push the ssd in, the BIOS recognizes it.

    Windows Setup is running...

    @Bryan Do: Thank you!

    At least it was this and not an issue of hardware "whitelisting." *grumbles about his Lenovo W520 and the lack of ability to change wireless half-mini cards easily due to that*

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