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It could be helpful to give the bash terminal command to shutdown such as
sudo shutdown -h now
This is a very good tip as I did not know the bit can be pulled out.
A helpful tip is to direct the readers, who want to confirm that the NVMe is being recognized (prior to install the OS), is to launch the BIOS by pressing F2.
My only suggestion is to give some detail that the screw is not attached to the bracket in case it slips out of the bracket as you lift it up (and out of the case).
After I installed the memory, NVMe, and WiFi modules during the initial install, I wanted to have a way to confirm the BIOS was recognizing the components. For myself, I search for the article regarding the BIOS screen (via F2).
The bottom of the BIOS first screen will display the memory, NVMe, and WiFi chip detail.
This info could be helpful.
Thank you for writing the specific detail on the lower left corner screw.
I thought something was not working correct until re-read this guide.
The only part of this step that confused me was the orientation of the 2nd memory card. If there was some text or a picture showing the white print label needs to be facing down (towards the motherboard).
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