I am also looking for a firmware of some sort, Windows recognizes it as a Generic 2 TB NVME SSD, it is installed into the second NVME port on my Lenovo Legion S7-15ACH6 Laptop, that along with adding a 32GB DDR 4 SODIMM are the only non OEM things I added to that machine, and device manager will not recognize the Inland Performance 2 TB NVME drive as anything but a generic 2 TB NVME drive, I have a 1 TB NGFF B key running on a NGFF to USB C adapter and a 1 TB NVME M-key SSD on a NVME to USB C adapter and Windows recognizes those as the brand and model number they are even though they are going through a USB C adapters, It also recognizes the Boot drive that is Installed in the laptop that came from Lenovo as the OEM drive as the brand and Model number that it is. The Inland Performance 2 TB Gen 4 NVME is the only one it sees as a generic NVME SSD, it still runs at Gen 4 speeds, The Inland was originally the expansion drive that I used for my PS5, before getting a faster drive for the PS5, I am wondering if having it in the PS5 somehow did something that had Windows recognize it as a generic drive, Yes I did format it to NTFS using disk manager, and I even tried reformatting using Diskpart but Windows still sees it as a Generic 2 TB NVME drive, any advice would be helpful.
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