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    Sorry, I missed your video card specs. I'm tired and a little punchy.

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    I would also check all the switches on the board, maybe you accidentally moved one. Look on page 1-10/1-13 in the manual for defaults.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geekslayer View Post
    1. You don't really need CSM, unless you have a pre 2015 Nvidia/AMD card.
    2. I'm assuming all drives are GPT partitions ?
    3. Look under secure boot and select Windows UEFI, make sure other is not selected.
    4. Have you tried installing windows on the other SSD ?
    5. Maybe disable fast boot ?

    Hey,

    All 4 sticks are in the correct location and all switches are on their default settings. Both drives are GPT. Secure Boot Windows UEFI didn't work. Yes, my other SSD originally had Windows on it. Disabling Fast boot didn't work too.
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    It's got to do with the M.2 DIMM.2 Card because once I remove it problem goes away and it can't be a dead Expansion card because it works after I reboot (like in the video). I think it's either Windows 10 install or something I need to change it BIOS?

    Never had issues until I decided to put another SSD using the DIMM.2 expansion card.*

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    check boot order in bios

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    Quote Originally Posted by SirWaWa View Post
    check boot order in bios
    Boot order is correct (see my screenshot post) Thank you though.

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    Lightbulb

    UPDATE:

    So I did a clean Install of Windows 10 including all the windows updates but did not install any ASUS drivers and everything was working perfectly. But then I started to install drivers one at a time and tested them after each install, it turns out that the ‘Samsung NVM Express Driver 3.0’ driver that you download from their website causes the boot issue.

    Is installing this driver a must? Does anyone else use this driver?

    Thoughts?

    Thanks,

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    Hi,
    Wonder if gpt disk format would do better with efi and said driver :/
    Don't look like gpt format shouldn't the efi partition be fat32 ?
    Last edited by ThrashZone; 12-02-2018 at 06:14 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beauzinga View Post
    UPDATE:

    So I did a clean Install of Windows 10 including all the windows updates but did not install any ASUS drivers and everything was working perfectly. But then I started to install drivers one at a time and tested them after each install, it turns out that the ‘Samsung NVM Express Driver 3.0’ driver that you download from their website causes the boot issue.

    Is installing this driver a must? Does anyone else use this driver?

    Thoughts?

    Thanks,
    it's not a must, instead win10 will just default to the ms nvme one
    you'll generally get better performance using the manufacturers nvme
    I use the intel nvme since I have an intel drive

    maybe upgrade the nvme's firmware?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beauzinga View Post
    UPDATE:

    So I did a clean Install of Windows 10 including all the windows updates but did not install any ASUS drivers and everything was working perfectly. But then I started to install drivers one at a time and tested them after each install, it turns out that the ‘Samsung NVM Express Driver 3.0’ driver that you download from their website causes the boot issue.

    Is installing this driver a must? Does anyone else use this driver?

    Thoughts?

    Thanks,
    You do not need the Samsung driver. NVMe has been native to the Windows OS since 8.1 I think. This has been argued a lot but in the end the results tell you what you need to know. run the same bench on each several times then compare. They are both within a margin of error and swap back and forth on which comes out on top.

    I chose not to use the Samsung drivers, 1TB 960 pro

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    Last edited by JustinThyme; 12-04-2018 at 04:49 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustinThyme View Post
    You do not need the Samsung driver. NVMe has been native to the Windows OS since 8.1 I think. This has been argued a lot but in the end the results tell you what you need to know. run the same bench on each several times then compare. They are both within a margin of error and swap back and forth on which comes out on top.

    I chose not to use the Samsung drivers, 1TB 960 pro

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    Hey,

    Thanks for the reply. I’ve decided to do the same and just use the Windows drivers for now. I have read that others are doing the same.*

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