Laptop Motherboard Sata Port Repair?

edited January 2021 in General Discussion
I have a Powerspec 1510 Laptop which supports:
2x SSD (2.5 in)
2x SSD (M.2 Sata)
I have all but one M.2 Port working and I have swapped around different SSDs and is definitely the port. It displays as an empty port in the BIOS (even though it does read that it is active) with any M.2 drive inserted.
Will Microcenter fix something like this? Is there anything I can do to fix this myself?


  • TS_JosephF
    TS_JosephF admin
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    edited November 2020
    Hello @SamLoki
    I am sorry to hear this happened to you. Unfortunately, we do not actually repair motherboards themselves in the store. There is not really a quick fix to this either as the only solution would be to replace the entire motherboard. 
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