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Samsung 850-EVO mSATA Drive Hardware

I received the Drive today, but it did not come with the mounting hardware (two small screws). The Computer it is going in is a Shuttle with an FZ77 MB.

I guess hardware is an added option these days !!

Thanks for any help.

rs

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It depends what you are purchasing and where you are getting it. . I was looking at drives the other day and barebone or oem drives don't come with anything - not even screws. Users want to get drives as cheap as possible. Besides most cases the screws for the old will work for the new and those who regularly build or update computers will have extras ones lying around. so it does not make any difference.

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