Paolo Folzini

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Hi, I've got a Samsung NVMe 970 Evo on a Gigabyte Aorus Pro z390 board.
It' seems that all that motherboards (Z390 chipset), no matter witch brand (Asus, Gigabyte, Asrock), after a power loss do a boot control, switching on the PC for 3 / 5 seconds. After that the system shut down and then boots normally to Windows. This is called "cold double boot"

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Double_boot

My problem is that after this control diagnostic softwares (HD Sentinel, Samsung Magician ecc) show an increasing "unsafe shutdown" or "unsafe powerloss" of the disc.
Do you think is it normal? Should I have to worry about this?

The only way to avoid this check is to disable ERP function from BIOS (and I want to keep it ON).

Thanx for help
Paolo
 

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