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    1. It is not the mobo. It is the bios.
    Asrock released a bios update which includes the nvme module for their ivybridge extreme boards.
    ASRock > Z77 Extreme4


    2. If you get the exact make, model and revision of your board, you might find somebody has already modded a bios.

    3. The other way is to plonk duet/refind on a usb stick. Plug the usb into the rear of the machine, then set it as the first boot device. The boot manager will appear after post and you can select the nvme drive. You will need an adapter to plug into one of your PCIE 3.0 ( It should be possible to use PCIE 2.0, but you won't get the full speed)
    Last edited by SIW2; 23 Nov 2018 at 14:33.
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    Windows 10 Pro version 22H2 0n one desktop and running Window 11 Pro 22H2 on unsupported desktop
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    Thanks Croozng for the explanation I appreciate it.
    John
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