[SOLVED] My bootable ssd drive not detecting once I installed a new NVME drive

Georgio Menezes

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I just purchased a Kingston 1TB nvme drive. I had my existing bootable 256GB Adata SSD which had Windows on it. After I plugged in my NVME, the SSD was not being detected. As soon as I removed the NVME, the SSD began to work. Did this around 3 times.

I have a Ryzen 1600 with 32GB RAM on a Gigabyte AB350 Gaming 3 motherboard. I was thinking of using the NVME for installing games while keeping windows on my current SSD.

Is there any reason why this could be happening?

Thanks
 

RealBeast

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I just purchased a Kingston 1TB nvme drive. I had my existing bootable 256GB Adata SSD which had Windows on it. After I plugged in my NVME, the SSD was not being detected. As soon as I removed the NVME, the SSD began to work. Did this around 3 times.

I have a Ryzen 1600 with 32GB RAM on a Gigabyte AB350 Gaming 3 motherboard. I was thinking of using the NVME for installing games while keeping windows on my current SSD.

Is there any reason why this could be happening?

Thanks
Take a look at page 15 of your MANUAL. Your boot drive is probably on a disabled SATA port.
 

RealBeast

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Moderator
I just purchased a Kingston 1TB nvme drive. I had my existing bootable 256GB Adata SSD which had Windows on it. After I plugged in my NVME, the SSD was not being detected. As soon as I removed the NVME, the SSD began to work. Did this around 3 times.

I have a Ryzen 1600 with 32GB RAM on a Gigabyte AB350 Gaming 3 motherboard. I was thinking of using the NVME for installing games while keeping windows on my current SSD.

Is there any reason why this could be happening?

Thanks
Take a look at page 15 of your MANUAL. Your boot drive is probably on a disabled SATA port.
 

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