Windows 10 doesnt find Samsung 970 EVO NVMe M.2 SSD

Jan 29, 2019
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Hello,

I am trying to install Windows 10 from USB but it doesn't find the ssd.

The mainboard is Asus Prime Z390-A with the latest BIOS version.
SSD is installed on M2_1.

I tried everything I found online.

- disabled CSM
- disabled secure boot
- delete secure boot keys
- Os Type: Other OS
- even moved M2 to X4 speed

On Samsung 970 EVO manual all I could find is:

"However, in the PCH case, Windows Operating System cannot load the driver under following BIOS configurations where

 PCH Storage Configuration is set to “Raid Mode, or
 NAND/Storage Remapping option*” is enabled.
* The option name can be different according to M/B manufacturers."

PCH is set in AHCI but the other option I don't have it on BIOS or similar.

Any ideas I could try?

Thank you in advance
 
There will also be an option for enabling the M.2 slot in question, which will disable a pair of SATA ports when opting for X4 PCI-e lanes, typically...

Does the M.2 drive show in BIOS in boot sequence select/boot priority order?
 

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