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Why is my NVME NOT WORKINGG

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It looks like you got the wrong m.2 then. It's not listed on the ASRock website as a compatible m.2. They claim support for a M.2 Sata from Transcend, but not a m.2 PCIe.

 

https://www.asrock.com/MB/Intel/B365M Phantom Gaming 4/index.asp#Storage


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2 minutes ago, LIGTHIN said:

Oh ok

https://www.amazon.com/Transcend-512GB-MTS800-Solid-TS512GMTS800/dp/B00KLTPVV8 

Here is the SATA equivalent that ASRock says they support. 

Wouldn't hurt to call ASRock CS and see if they have the answer 100% on if that PCIe drive is supported or not, but they will probably end up looking at that same list. if you call ASRock and they say no, or aren't sure, you might try giving Transcend a call and seeing if you can pay the difference and exchange, or return the one you have to where ever you bought it from and buy something off the ASRock compatibility list. 


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5 minutes ago, Voluspa said:

https://www.amazon.com/Transcend-512GB-MTS800-Solid-TS512GMTS800/dp/B00KLTPVV8 

Here is the SATA equivalent that ASRock says they support. 

Wouldn't hurt to call ASRock CS and see if they have the answer 100% on if that PCIe drive is supported or not, but they will probably end up looking at that same list. if you call ASRock and they say no, or aren't sure, you might try giving Transcend a call and seeing if you can pay the difference and exchange, or return the one you have to where ever you bought it from and buy something off the ASRock compatibility list. 

Will a Samsung 970Pro work

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3 minutes ago, LIGTHIN said:

Will a Samsung 970Pro work

It's not listed on the support list at https://www.asrock.com/MB/Intel/B365M Phantom Gaming 4/index.asp#Storage but the 950 pro is..


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Just now, LIGTHIN said:

Is this it?

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Yeah, you're right. I took the lazy way when I CTRL F the part number on that page and there was a BW on the end of the part number from Amazon.(MZ-V7P512BW)


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1 minute ago, Voluspa said:

Yeah, you're right. I took the lazy way when I CTRL F the part number on that page and there was a BW on the end of the part number from Amazon.(MZ-V7P512BW)

Are they the same with and without "BW" 

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They aren't the same, but I want to say the Pro(BW) will work because it says PRO in the description. If I recall correctly, Samsung uses BW for the pro series and B for the non pro EVO series.


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1 minute ago, Voluspa said:

They aren't the same, but I want to say the Pro(BW) will work because it says PRO in the description. If I recall correctly, Samsung uses BW for the pro series and B for the non pro EVO series.

I couldn't find a 970pro without BW

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https://www.asrock.com/MB/Intel/B365M Phantom Gaming 4/index.asp#Specification

According to their spec sheet your NVMe SSD must be a boot disk.


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9 hours ago, Voluspa said:

It looks like you got the wrong m.2 then. It's not listed on the ASRock website as a compatible m.2. They claim support for a M.2 Sata from Transcend, but not a m.2 PCIe.

 

https://www.asrock.com/MB/Intel/B365M Phantom Gaming 4/index.asp#Storage

Hey they are compatible I checked

https://www.transcend-info.com/Support/compatibility/product/991/

Look under ASRock there is my motherboard

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