MPCIe Mini Card not working due to switched polarity in differential PCIe Pairs


We face a problem with a WLAN mPCIe Mini Card. The Card is not detected at all (lspci shows nothing). From the same manufacturer, we have a working WLAN Module. Checking the difference between the modules, we saw that the differential signals of the PCIe Bus are switched (for example REFCLK_N and REFCLK_P are exchanged on the module). Is it possible, that the TX2 cannot handle this? Or is there a possibility to configure the TX2 so that it works?
In another test on an x86 platform with the same mPCIe socket circuit, both Wifi Modules were working fine.
Thank you for your help.

Best regards

REFCLK_N and REFCLK_P are reference clock (100 MHz) differential lines. Are these the only lanes that got swapped? or even PCIe data lanes?
By PCIe data lanes swapping, I meant the below two possibilities
a) Tx+ & Tx- are swapped with Rx+ & Rx- lanes
b) Tx+ and Tx- are swapped and also Rx+ and Rx-

As far as Tegra is concerned, (a) is not supported.
(b) is supported on Receiver side i.e. if the endpoint device is sending Rx- (in place of Rx+) and Rx+ (in place of Rx-), then, Tegra can handle it. At the same time, just because things are swapped on its receiver side, it can’t swap its Tx+ and Tx-