That moment when you realize you made a mistake… is exhilarating.

Upgraded my old laptop SSD to NVME 1TB recently via cloning through a external M.2 enclosure. All went well. Decided to recycle the old laptop SSD using that enclosure for a SPEEDY USB.

Massive giddy ensues.

Then realize… can never see it format on Win/Linux fail to even initialize. Much research later, it dawned upon me that old drive is SATA M2 SSD with B+M keys and new enclosure only take M keys NVME M.2.

Now back to order B+M keys compatible SSD enclosure while my M NVME enclosure sits empty, yearning for speedy copying…