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idata
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SSD Data Migration software doesn't recognize Intel SSD Series 535 on Windows 10 Pro system

I'm unable to migrate data to my new Intel SSD 535 Series (480 GB) - the Intel SSD is not recognized as being connected to my Windows 10 Pro 64-bit laptop. I've tried two different SATA-USB connectors that work with all the HDDs I've tried (2.5" and 3.5"). Laptop is a Toshiba Satellite A665-S5179 with Intel Core i5 CPU (M 480). I've removed all other USB devices from system. When I look at Disk Drives in the Device Manager it shows up as ASMT 2015 USB Device, not Intel SSD. Is this a known issue with the Windows 10 Pro and this Intel SSD? Is there a software or firmware fix in the works?

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idata
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That was a typo (the downfall of not having my USB keyboard attached). The correct device for the USB-SATA connector is ASMT 2105 USB Device.

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