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How to Download M2 Windows Driver Installer




If you're using an M2 SSD (Solid-State Drive) in your computer, you'll need a driver for your M2 SSD to connect properly. This article will show you how to download and install the M2 driver in your Windows computer.




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What is M2 SSD?




M.2 is formerly known as the Next Generation Form Factor, and it's a standard for internally mounted computer cards and associated connectors. M.2 SSDs use the PCI Express 3.0 connector, SATA 3.0 connector, or USB 3.0 connector. They offer faster speed, lower power consumption, and smaller size than traditional SATA SSDs.


How to Download and Install M.2 Driver Manually




To manually install the M.2 driver for your drive, you'll need to download the correct driver from your manufacturer. Since the drive manufacturers vary from brand to brand, so we won't cover it here. Usually you can go to the manufacturer's website, such as Samsung or ASUS, search for the latest correct driver, and download it into your computer. Be sure to download the driver that is compatible with your Windows OS.


For Mac Users




Your M.2 interface is plug-and-play with a Mac: no driver required. However, the optional Mac driver covered in this video gives you the best possible speed (USB latency performance) from your host audio software, plus convenient "loopback" channels that let you easily capture your computer's output. Combine computer audio with live mics and/or guitar inputs to stream the combined mix to Youtube or your favorite podcasting platform in real time. Streaming and podcasting have never been easier and better-sounding! You can download the Mac driver from .


For Windows Users




You need to download and install the Windows driver for your M.2 drive from .


How to Download and Install M.2 Driver Automatically




If you don't have the time, patience, or computer skills to download and install the M.2 driver manually, you can do it automatically with Driver Easy. Driver Easy will automatically recognize your system and find the correct drivers for your M.2 drive, and your Windows version, and it will download and install them correctly.


Download and Install Driver Easy




You can download Driver Easy from . After downloading it, double-click the file and follow the on-screen instructions to install it on your computer.


Scan Your Computer with Driver Easy




Launch Driver Easy and click the Scan Now button. Driver Easy will then scan your computer and detect any problem drivers.


Update Your M.2 Driver with Driver Easy




You can update your M.2 driver with either the Free or the Pro version of Driver Easy. But with the Pro version, it takes just 2 clicks (and you get full support and a 30-day money-back guarantee):


  • Click the Update button next to the flagged M.2 driver to automatically download the correct version of that driver, then you can manually install it (you can do this with the FREE version).



  • Or click the Update All button at the bottom right to automatically update all outdated or missing drivers on your computer (this requires the Pro version youll be prompted to upgrade when you click Update All).



Restart Your Computer




After updating your M.2 driver, you need to restart your computer to make the new driver take effect.


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How to Use Your M.2 SSD with Windows




Once you have installed the M.2 driver for your drive, you can use it as a storage device in your Windows computer. However, before you can use it, you need to format it, partition it, and optimize it for better performance and longer lifespan.


Format Your M.2 SSD




To format your M.2 SSD, you can use either Disk Management or Command Prompt in Windows. Here are the steps for both methods:


Disk ManagementCommand Prompt


  • Press Windows + R keys to open the Run dialog box.

  • Type diskmgmt.msc and press Enter to open Disk Management.

  • Right-click on your M.2 SSD and select Format.

  • Select a file system (such as NTFS or FAT32), a volume label, and an allocation unit size.

  • Check the box next to Perform a quick format and click OK.

  • Press Windows + X keys and select Command Prompt (Admin) from the menu.

  • Type diskpart and press Enter to launch DiskPart.

  • Type list disk and press Enter to list all disks connected to your computer.

  • Type select disk # and press Enter to select your M.2 SSD (replace # with the disk number).

  • Type clean and press Enter to erase all data on your M.2 SSD.

  • Type create partition primary and press Enter to create a primary partition on your M.2 SSD.

  • Type format fs=ntfs quick label=M2SSD and press Enter to format your M.2 SSD with NTFS file system, quick format option, and M2SSD volume label (you can change these parameters as you like).



Partition Your M.2 SSD




To partition your M.2 SSD, you can also use either Disk Management or Command Prompt in Windows. Here are the steps for both methods:


Disk ManagementCommand Prompt


  • Open Disk Management as described above.

  • Right-click on your M.2 SSD and select Shrink Volume.

  • Enter the amount of space you want to shrink in MB and click Shrink.

  • Right-click on the unallocated space and select New Simple Volume.

  • Follow the wizard to assign a drive letter, a file system, a volume label, and an allocation unit size for the new partition.

  • Open Command Prompt as described above.

  • Type diskpart and press Enter to launch DiskPart.

  • Type list disk and press Enter to list all disks connected to your computer.

  • Type select disk # and press Enter to select your M.2 SSD (replace # with the disk number).

  • Type list partition and press Enter to list all partitions on your M.2 SSD.

  • Type select partition # and press Enter to select the partition you want to shrink (replace # with the partition number).

  • Type shrink desired=# and press Enter to shrink the partition by the amount of space you want in MB (replace # with the desired size).

  • Type create partition primary and press Enter to create a new partition on the unallocated space.

  • Type format fs=ntfs quick label=NewPartition and press Enter to format the new partition with NTFS file system, quick format option, and NewPartition volume label (you can change these parameters as you like).

  • Type assign letter=X and press Enter to assign a drive letter for the new partition (replace X with the letter you want).



Optimize Your M.2 SSD




To optimize your M.2 SSD, you can enable TRIM, disable defragmentation, and adjust power settings for your drive. These steps can help you improve the performance and lifespan of your M.2 SSD. Here are the steps for each optimization:


Enable TRIMDisable DefragmentationAdjust Power Settings


  • Open Command Prompt as described above.

  • Type fsutil behavior query DisableDeleteNotify and press Enter to check if TRIM is enabled or not.

  • If the result is 0, TRIM is enabled. If the result is 1, TRIM is disabled.

If TRIM


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