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In my Dell Inspiron there is a 1TB 5400 rpm Hard Drive + 32GB mSATA Solid State Drive . In disk management I can see the hard drive but not the SSD drive any idea's

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Hdd

I think what you will find is that ssd is a cache unit.
It works with your hdd to store stuff.
It is not designed to hold files that you can access.
That's why it does not show in disk management.

A model number of this machine would be nice.

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has it ever worked?

has the ssd ever worked? what is the full model number of the dell? what operating system?

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The computer is a Dell Inspiron 7459 i5 , Thank you. It appears that you are right. can you tell where it is situated and how it works.. If possible!
OB 85

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Ssd

Where is it?
For that you would have to dig out a service manual.
It's more than likely just a small card with a few chips on it.

How it works?
It works with some software either Dell or Intel supplies.

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At that size these were not used as drives

But accelerators.

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