[SOLVED] SSDs not showing up in disk management after clean install of win10

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So lost 3 ssds after clean install of windows10. Device manager and bios sees them, but not diskpart or disk management.

Also not showing in storage pools (or what that is in english (im on finnish language win10)

Reinstalled win10 to get secure boot and tpm(?) to work for win11 upgrade.

Also have a 2tb hdd that works fine in new install.

Oh and 2 of these are m2 ssds (couldnt get windows to install there) :(

Win10 is now installed on 1tb ssd so i am missing 3tb storage space

Mobo is Asus ROG STRIX Z390-F GAMING

All was working fine before clean install (except the requirements for win11)

Could i have botched up something while installing windows (only got one ssd to work for install) all of the devices were connected during install.
 
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ok so EaseUS sees disks, but can't do nothing before i pay them? :D

edit: Got this to work for 2/3 drives (had an free trial option). Cleaned drives, and made new partitions. Still need to fight with the GigabyteM2 (has some unexpected errors).
 
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What does the motherboard user manual say about potentially disabled SATA ports when using an NVMe drive in the M.2 port?
Can't find the manual anymore, sata ports 5&6 are disabled now, and this was the case when all drives worked fine before the fresh install.
 
Oct 9, 2021
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ok so EaseUS sees disks, but can't do nothing before i pay them? :D

edit: Got this to work for 2/3 drives (had an free trial option). Cleaned drives, and made new partitions. Still need to fight with the GigabyteM2 (has some unexpected errors).
 
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