[SOLVED] Cant install Windows 10 on my new M.2 PCIe NVME

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I actually managed to fix that!
First I deleted the RAID 10 Volume (yea it was a bit scary at the start)
steps by this guy


but the TESTdisk part didn't worked... I've waited almost 7-8 hours...
When i was accessing the volume it was giving me an error
"you need to Format the disk before you can use it"
Then I really wanted to gave up, untill I did a little bit of google search and found this artical


I only had to run this basic command "chkdsk n:/f "
The volume just came back to life like a magic!!
 
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I tried all of this didn't helped, I figured it out by changing to AHCI mode on SATA MODE selection, it worked and showed the M.2
The problem with AHCI is that it disabling my INTEL Raid setup, so how can I boot with the M.2 with the Sata Mode Intel RAID on?
 
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What does RAID have to do with it?
Because I run a Intel RST RAID
If I set to SATA Mode Selection to AHCI my raid is not working...
And If I set to Intel RST Premium (RAID) I can't boot to windows...

I have an option "M.2 PCIE Storage Raid Support" Should I choose "Not RST Controlled"?
 
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We need a full rundown of all the parts in this, which drives might be involved in this RAID, what type of RAID array...as much detail as you can.
RAID 10, 4 drives of 2tb,
  1. ST2000DM008
  2. WDC WD20EADS
  3. ST2000DM008
  4. WDC WD2002FAEX
Before the install it all worked great..
So I turned the "M.2 PCIE Storage Raid Support" to "Not RST Controlled"
And I booted to windows, But now I have a bigger problem :(

I can't see my RAID Drive and in the Intel RST software, it says that 2 of my drives are missing
but I still can see them in the available drives list..

Image here
View: https://imgur.com/xtzRsAa
 
Mar 5, 2020
20
0
10
1
I actually managed to fix that!
First I deleted the RAID 10 Volume (yea it was a bit scary at the start)
steps by this guy


but the TESTdisk part didn't worked... I've waited almost 7-8 hours...
When i was accessing the volume it was giving me an error
"you need to Format the disk before you can use it"
Then I really wanted to gave up, untill I did a little bit of google search and found this artical


I only had to run this basic command "chkdsk n:/f "
The volume just came back to life like a magic!!
 

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