[SOLVED] M.2 SSD doesnt show up in BIOS and in windows 10 installation

Oct 7, 2020
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Hello everyone,
so I have decided to upgrade my pc with m.2 SSD (Samsung Evo 970 500Gb), I want the ssd to be my new boot drive, but it doesn't show up during the installation process of windows 10 (I have usb from Microsoft with windows 10). I have MSI B250 gaming m3 motherboord and it detects it BIOS, but without UEFI mark. Im just guessing that this is the problem.


I have tried both slots, I updated BIOS and my hdd is unplugged and still doesn't show up.




Does anyone have a solution for this?

Thank you!
 

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Some have the opposite problem. Their m.2 doesn't show up in BIOS but Windows Installation finds it and shows it. In your case its showing in BIOS. Personally I would go to BIOS and choose restore to opitimized defaults as I don't know if you have fingered your BIOS or not. You should be on UEFI and take into consideration what rgd1101 mod said.🤷‍♀️🎗👶
 

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Some have the opposite problem. Their m.2 doesn't show up in BIOS but Windows Installation finds it and shows it. In your case its showing in BIOS. Personally I would go to BIOS and choose restore to opitimized defaults as I don't know if you have fingered your BIOS or not. You should be on UEFI and take into consideration what rgd1101 mod said.🤷‍♀️🎗👶
 

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