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I can’t boot from m.2 ssd

Brambino
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I bought an M.2 samsung 970 pro 512 gb ssd today. I tried several things like new bios , selecting boot drives , nothing worked I installed windows 10 with a USB flash drive on the M.2 .

specs: 
cpu: i7-5820k
mobo: x99 deluxe
gpu: gtx 970

I can see the drive in my bios.
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It says your disk is 100% used and you have no free space which should be incorrect. Reinstall windows. When you do that, delete every partition then pick the 500GB one.

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I did that like 10 times so far i select the 500 Gb it makes a geweest partitions as you can see.

2 minutes ago, Optane^ said:

It says your disk is 100% used and you have no free space which should be incorrect. Reinstall windows. When you do that, delete every partition then pick the 500GB one.

 

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2 minutes ago, Brambino said:

I did that like 10 times so far i select the 500 Gb it makes a geweest partitions as you can see.

 

That's weird. Does it do it with any other drive. It shouldn't be taking up all of your space. Try and use a fresh windows 10 USB.

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1 minute ago, Optane^ said:

That's weird. Does it do it with any other drive. It shouldn't be taking up all of your space. Try and use a fresh windows 10 USB.

The USB works I installed Windows from it on my friends pc and i think the 100% means that every space on the disk is used by partitions cause on A system drive the rest of the disk is Filled as primary space

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