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Upgrade your FireCuda Gaming Dock with premium performance flash storage. Seagate recommends the FireCuda NVMe SSD.
Review the precautions below before installing your NVMe SSD to avoid damaging it. Safely eject the FireCuda Gaming Dock volume in the operating system and disconnect its cable from your computer.
For your safety, removing the end cap automatically powers off FireCuda Gaming Dock.
Your drive may be exposed to handling and electrostatic discharge (ESD) hazards after unpacking. Observe the following precautions:
Gently pull on the end cap to loosen and remove it.
Remove the two screws fastening the protective plate to the tray. Remove the protective plate.
Remove the mounting screw from the tray.
Check to make sure that the notch on the NVMe SSD is correctly aligned with the divider in the slot. Gently push the NVMe SSD into the slot until it's firmly seated.
Hold down the NVMe SSD while you replace the mounting screw. Make sure the SSD is secured in place.
Cover the SSD with the protective plate and replace the two screws.
Gently push the end cap into the enclosure to return it to its original position.
If your NVMe SSD is not formatted, use your operating system’s disk utility to format it for best performance.