Windows 10 installation on NVME

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  1. Posts : 1,030
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       #31

    In the bios the ssd is in the first position to boot?
    I don't think it's because of the ssd coming from a laptop.

    In the bios if the sata parameter is on raid, put it on ahci and redo a clean install.
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  2. Posts : 22
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       #32

    Where can i set the sata parameters? I canít find any settings for that

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    Never mind i found it, it is on AHCI

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    An for the NVME mode, should i set anything there?
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  3. Posts : 1,030
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       #33

    No nothing to configure for the nvme.


    If the bios is configured on legacy/mbr you must choose the name of your usb key, if it is configured on uefi/gpt you must choose the name of your usb key, with between brackets, uefi.

    At the beginning of the clean install you press the key that opens the boot menu to choose either the name of your usb key with or without the indication uefi. You need to know the key to open the boot menu.

    Before that you must go to the bios to find out if it is configured on legacy/mbr or uefi/gpt.

    Edit: Do you make a usb install media with microsoft's tool? It's better than rufus.
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  4. Posts : 22
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       #34

    My mainboard supports both of them because of CSM. My settings are CSM enabled

    Storage Boot Option controll UEFI only
    Other PCI Device Rom Priority UEFI only

    Should i change something/ should i boot over UEFI?
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  5. Posts : 1,030
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       #35

    No, change nothing for now. But if it hasn't already been done, make an installation media with the microsoft tool. Then you press the key that opens the boot menu and if there are 2 times the name of your USB key including one with uefi, you test both to do the clean install.
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  6. Posts : 1,030
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       #36

    F12 for the boot menu of your motherboard.
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  7. Posts : 22
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    Thread Starter
       #37

    The only one really working is the UEFI one. But i get the previous error: reeboot and select proper boot device ect.
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  8. Posts : 1,030
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       #38

    Disable CSM in bios. If that doesn't work then do a clean install again with csm disabled.
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  9. Posts : 22
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       #39

    When i disable CSM, only my boot drive with UEFI is being shown, but when i click on it, nothing happens it is just showing the logo of my Motherboard

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    Now it it showing the installation but it needs a driver
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  10. Posts : 1,030
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       #40

    I didn't understand that "Now it it showing the installation but it needs a driver" can you explain better?
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