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SeanJohnSilvers

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  1. Just got an ASUS Hyper M.2 x16 Gen 4 to replace my 4TB WB Black HDD because it's so loud. I wanted to add two 2TB M.2 and two 1TB, but I'm fine with just the two 2TB at the least. Before purchasing, I double checked that my motherboard was compatible and I thought it was. I have an MSI MPG Z390 Gaming Edge AC. It has 3 PCIe x16 slots that can run at x16/x0/x4 or x8/x8/x4. However, I can't get the ASUS card to show up with more than x4 in the x8 slot as only one of the 2TB M.2 cards is being recognized. Does anyone have any solutions, advice, or more information on how to get this to work?
  2. SOLVED: PCIe power cable was connected to led fans and HDD. Adding additional PCIe power connector to PSU for only HDD allowed HDD to show up
  3. Out of curiosity, I plugged the WD Black 4TB back into the old PC and it still shows up just fine. Definitely sounds like an issue with the new PC, not the drive
  4. Out of curiosity, I plugged the WD Black 4TB back into the old PC and it still shows up just fine. Definitely an issue with the new PC, not the drive.
  5. It did before I formatted it, but it isn't anymore
  6. New Build: Motherboard: MSI MPG Z390 GAMING EDGE AC Processor: Intel i9-9900K RAM: G.Skil Ripjaws V (4x16GB) Storage: Intel Intel 665p Series 1TB NVME 3.0 SanDisk Ultra 1TBNVME 3.0 Western Digital 4TB WD Black Performance Internal Hard Drive Graphics: MSI GTX 1070 8GB Power Supply: Corsair CX-F RGB Series CX650F I'm having problems with my WD 4TB drive being detected by my BIOS. The HDD is from a previous build that was used as my game library. At first, it showed up in Disk Manager as a Not Initialized, Non
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