M.2 ssd not showing up in bios

Try placing your functioning m.2 in the slot that you"re having actually trouble with. If it mirrors up, your new drive is negative. If it does not... may be the mobo itself.

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Posted January 20
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Try placing your functioning m.2 in the slot that you"re having actually trouble with. If it shows up, your brand-new drive is poor. If it does not... may be the mobo itself.


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Just now, Convictions said:

Try putting your functioning m.2 in the slot that you"re having trouble with. If it mirrors up, your brand-new drive is poor. If it doesn"t... may be the mobo itself.


Oy-vey................................................................ Will report back soon, I guess. -_-


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1 hour ago, Convictions said:

Try placing your functioning m.2 in the slot that you"re having trouble through. If it shows up, your new drive is bad. If it doesn"t... may be the mobo itself.


Though, this answer was (THANKFULLY) not the instance...

This did result in the solution; to which I do not understand also exactly what resulted in points to "click" and also work.. however every little thing is all good, now.

 

Essentially.. I wanted to check out if I can force the COMPUTER to look for the SSD while it was the only storage tool installed. Unseated the Boot SSD from my major M.2 slot, and unplugged the SATA HDD.

This did specifically nopoint. I had a Windows Utility USB set up waiting to format the drive if I could perform it that means.. the utility couldn"t see it.

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This lead me to bringing the brand-new 1TB SSD right into the M.2 Ultra slot (wright here my boot drive is usually/major m.2 slot on my board) .. and boom! I can check out the drive currently.

This obviously was pretty great news; interpretation my brand-new SSD wasn"t dead...however led me to think my secondary M.2 slot was.

 

Thankfully, aget, not the instance.

I sassist "SCREW IT" ..figuratively, and literally lol..

Installed my Boot SSD (Samsung 250GB) into the second M.2 slot to check out if an already initiated SSD would obtain picked up by the additional slot.. and, cha-ching! We"re in service.

 

I could currently see both the brand-new 1TB SSD, and also my primary Boot SSD. From here I tried a couple variations of trying to access the Windows Utility to format the brand-new drive because it remained in the major M.2 slot - didn"t work-related.. around this suggest is wbelow I began acquiring the dreaded Orange/White lines........

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As a last rekind after a couple of different feasible fixes to work around my strangely transforming problem.. I swapped every little thing back to normal, cleared the CMOS, and also booted it up. This time (after turning on XMP Profile/Turning off Cool"n"Quet), UEFI still noted all drives, consisting of the HDD I enabled/plugged earlier in... Booted into home windows, and straight to the Disk Mgmt. tool; it immediately asked me to initialize! Formatted, and also all set to use.

 

Even though namong us really came up with a solid answer; give thanks to you for accidentally pointing me in the right direction!

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