It only appears inside the drive management screen, it does however not appear in the explorer. My ssd does appear and is fully accessible too.
Then you probably only need to assign a drive letter. Right click the partition (should be black) and click assign a drive letter.
1 hour ago, MoundN said:
My 2nd problem appears to be fixed??
I dont have to visit the bios anymore to properly boot from my m2 ssd.
Another problem spawned.
After taking a look at the document sheet about my motherboard ive noticed that the factory that configured my pc did a mistake and put the ramsticks into slot 1&3 which results in loss of memory on my board.
Swapping it to 2&4 causes my system to be stuck trying to boot, "dram" debug led lights up. removing the 2nd ramstick from slot 4 resolves this issue and i can freely boot.
What do i do?
BTW: According do the document sheet NONE of the sataslots 1&2 should be detecting ANYTHING because the m2 ssd is installed into the m2 sata port.
My ssd is detected just fine though. my hdd too except for the fact that it is invisible in the explorer.
It shouldn't result in a loss of memory capacity. Did you check the amount of memory Windows recognized in the task manager before you swapped the memory?
Nope, your Port 1 and 2 should work.
It depends on whether you install a PCI-e or SATA M.2 SSD. In your case you have a PCI-e SSD installed, so the Ports 3 and 4 are disabled. 1 and 2 should still work.
If you installed a SATA SSD then 1 and 2 are disabled.