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    See nothing in the NVMe controller and drive information.
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    But both showing in RAID INFO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoottroopSix View Post
    No option in Bios, the first time I used 2x NVMe I installed windows on one then set up the other through Disk Management in windows as secondary. As I said the only way I could find to get these NVMe to ever show up in the Bios was going through the Raid 0 set up. I also have Samsung NVMe m.2 drives, maybe that's the problem.
    It's ok if they don't show up in BIOS. The issue is It won't recognize any of the SSDs if both are installed. I already have Windows 10 install on one SSD and nothing on the other. If I only install the SSD with Windows on it, it boots fine but if I install the SSD with Windows and the SSD without Windows, it will not boot. It goes straight to BIOS or if I have the flash drive with Windows Install on it, it goes to Windows Install. Both drives don't show up on Windows Install either.

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    2 x m.2nvme

    Quote Originally Posted by adulaamin View Post
    It's ok if they don't show up in BIOS. The issue is It won't recognize any of the SSDs if both are installed. I already have Windows 10 install on one SSD and nothing on the other. If I only install the SSD with Windows on it, it boots fine but if I install the SSD with Windows and the SSD without Windows, it will not boot. It goes straight to BIOS or if I have the flash drive with Windows Install on it, it goes to Windows Install. Both drives don't show up on Windows Install either.
    I just set my 2 x 970's in raid 0, although officially Samsung doesn't recommend it and people say no performance gain, but so what, it does work and causes no issues, it boots and runs fast so i achieved what i needed to and setting it up was so easy, full up and running PC within an hour including all drivers.
    My other 2 x SSD's show up as well, so i have full use of all drives and you can if needed label them in Windows Disc Manager if you wish. ( Windows didn't label the raid as C so i just changed it there).
    Daft question i take it you installed Samsung NVME drivers during the Windows install at the custom set up point for your single drive use, and followed the recommended set up for a single NVME drive initially.

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