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M.2 not showing

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Just now, Cuwee said:

it does not show here either

then it's a bios config issue

Hello my mobo is GIGABYTE Z390 GAMING X

 

I installed a second M.2 drive and the bios is seeing it properly, however windows disk management will not. 

 

I updated the BIOS, toggled Intel Rapid Storage (it did nothing)

 

Any help will be appreciated. 

 

Thank you

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1. Open cmd as administrator
2. type "diskpart"
3. type "list disk"

 

if you see your disk listed there:
3. type "select disk n" // Make sure to replace n with the right disk number
4. type "clean" if you want to wipe it
5. type "create partition primary size=nnnn" // replace nnnn with amount of MB you have 

if you dont see your disk lsited, it's a bios config issue.

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3 minutes ago, MKI said:

1. Open cmd as administrator
2. type "diskpart"
3. type "list disk"

 

if you see your disk listed there:
3. type "select disk n" // Make sure to replace n with the right disk number
4. type "clean" if you want to wipe it
5. type "create partition primary size=nnnn" // replace nnnn with amount of MB you have 

it does not show here either

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Just now, Cuwee said:

it does not show here either

then it's a bios config issue

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