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What please means PCI-E 2.0 x8 port #2    Belegt @ x8?


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After replacing an internal NVMe SSD drive in a HP Pavilion notebook neither the new drive nor the old drive is recognized. Unfortunately, this was the start drive

I want to find out what happened during the first start try via the replacement SSD clone which ended unsuccessful (and the following starts from this port too).

Could it have been a connection failure of the slot or was the firmware tampered?

You find a report of the Intel SSU attached to this message.

I have copied also some fragments of the Aida64 report (see below), Could possibly some conclusions derived?

Is there a tool for a more detailed investigation?

Motherboard

Chipsatz

Speichersteckplätze      

PCI Express Controller  

PCI-E 2.0 x8 port #2        Belegt @ x8

 

Datenträger

Windows Datenträger

Intel Chipset SATA PCIe RST Premium Controller

Informationsliste            Wert

Geräteeigenschaften   

Gerätebeschreibung     Intel(R) Chipset SATA/PCIe RST Premium Controller

Treiberdatum   15.07.2019

Treiberversion 16.8.3.1003

Treiberanbieter               Intel Corporation

INF-Datei            oem64.inf

INF Section        iaStorAC_inst_8.NTamd64

               

Geräteressourcen         

IRQ        65536

Speicher             64420000-64421FFF

Speicher             64425000-644257FF

Speicher             64426000-644260FF

Port       5060-507F

Port       5080-5083

Port       5090-5097

 

Datenträger

Aspi

Host-Rechner   ID            LUN       Geräteart           Anbieter             Modell Rev        Zusatzinformationen

00           00           00           Festplatte          ST1000LM           035-1RK172        RSM8   

00           05           00           Optisches Laufwerk       hp          DVDRW GUE1N               UE00    

00           07           00           Host Adapter    iaStorAC

Please pay Attention to PCI-E 2.0 x8 port #2      Belegt @ x8 .

German word „belegt“ means occupied!

Thank you very much.

 

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On 3/31/2021 at 8:31 PM, ber999 said:

After replacing an internal NVMe SSD drive in a HP Pavilion notebook neither the new drive nor the old drive is recognized. Unfortunately, this was the start drive

I want to find out what happened during the first start try via the replacement SSD clone which ended unsuccessful (and the following starts from this port too).

Could it have been a connection failure of the slot or was the firmware tampered?

You find a report of the Intel SSU attached to this message.

I have copied also some fragments of the Aida64 report (see below), Could possibly some conclusions derived?

Is there a tool for a more detailed investigation?

Motherboard

Chipsatz

Speichersteckplätze      

PCI Express Controller  

PCI-E 2.0 x8 port #2        Belegt @ x8

 

Datenträger

Windows Datenträger

Intel Chipset SATA PCIe RST Premium Controller

Informationsliste            Wert

Geräteeigenschaften   

Gerätebeschreibung     Intel(R) Chipset SATA/PCIe RST Premium Controller

Treiberdatum   15.07.2019

Treiberversion 16.8.3.1003

Treiberanbieter               Intel Corporation

INF-Datei            oem64.inf

INF Section        iaStorAC_inst_8.NTamd64

               

Geräteressourcen         

IRQ        65536

Speicher             64420000-64421FFF

Speicher             64425000-644257FF

Speicher             64426000-644260FF

Port       5060-507F

Port       5080-5083

Port       5090-5097

 

Datenträger

Aspi

Host-Rechner   ID            LUN       Geräteart           Anbieter             Modell Rev        Zusatzinformationen

00           00           00           Festplatte          ST1000LM           035-1RK172        RSM8   

00           05           00           Optisches Laufwerk       hp          DVDRW GUE1N               UE00    

00           07           00           Host Adapter    iaStorAC

Please pay Attention to PCI-E 2.0 x8 port #2      Belegt @ x8 .

German word „belegt“ means occupied!

Thank you very much.

 

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I'm not sure what could have happened about your notebook.  Belegt @ x8 is absolutely normal.  It means the PCI Express slot is occupied (has something connected to it) and that the connected device utilizes the full width (x8) of the slot.

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