Hi, I just received my new Fujitsu Lifebook T734. I added a 8GB of RAM without problem, but when I try to replace the 320GB HDD by a new Crucial SSD M500 (240GB), then the notebook doesn't start neither with BIOS that is then not available or with the Bootable disc or Recovrery disc of Fujitsu. The screen stay black even if the notebook is on. Note that I know how to access to BIOS. It's not there the problem. It's only when the SSD is installed on my notebook then that prevent me from accessing the BIOS or booting onto a bootable CD. With no HDD or SSD in the system, I am still able to do either. A friend access the SSD with another laptop and was able to format it. So the SSD is fine. So, why I can't access it with my new notebook? Is-there a security protection inside the BIOS, like the Secure boot configuration that can block the installation of an other drive? Thank you!