As of late the SSD has been slowing A LOT, and to the point that games run faster on my hard drive, i checked on crystal disk info and my ssd has just crossed the 1000TB write mark, and so i bought a new NVME SSD to replace it. What i didn't know (and would never have known if my friend who is a technician pointed this out) is that the original SSD is not an NVME SSD but M.2 SATA. So ive just spend $200 on a new drive and it doesnt even work. was wondering if there would be any way around this or do i have to go out and buy an entirely new SSD. Thanks in advance.
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