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Abnormalia

X570 + Sabre NVME PCEx4 + Win 10

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Posted · Original PosterOP

So Just installed Sabre 1TB PCI Ex4 in Asus X570 Hero, latest bios, shown in bios and Windows, tested speeds worked ok. Rebooted, booted from USB, chose partition and when windows should start copying files its stuck on 0% and display message that windows cannot continue install and process should be restarted.

 

tried 3 times, it always creates extra partitions (which I delete before initiating install and choose unallocated space).

 

Is there some bios setting or something else I should do to make this work?

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Posted · Original PosterOP
35 minutes ago, Mira Yurizaki said:

Those extra partitions are actually needed. One of them is almost always the boot loader.

I know, I just delete them after reboot and tried again on empty "unallocated".

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Posted · Original PosterOP
20 minutes ago, Stu_Bear said:

so how do you have things setup in bios?  What parameters for the drive?  Can you verify it's what others are using?

I’m booting now in current system from another gen3 nvme, I did not changed settings for it as I remember. Is there anything specific I should do?

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2 minutes ago, Abnormalia said:

When I once chose already partitioned one it said something about EFI and cannot proceed.

The either:

  • Set the UEFI boot mode to Compatibility Mode (usually shorthanded to CSM)
  • Disconnect any other drives you have in the computer and try again.
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well, gen4 is different...I've not worked with it so I don't have any useful tips...but I'd scour the internet looking for how to setup a gen4 as boot drive in bios...just to be double certain.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
42 minutes ago, Mira Yurizaki said:

The either:

  • Set the UEFI boot mode to Compatibility Mode (usually shorthanded to CSM)
  • Disconnect any other drives you have in the computer and try again.

 

Tried with on and off. Maybe I need drivers ?

 

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