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    [QUOTE=goanna;647232]
    Quote Originally Posted by chevell65 View Post
    Glad to see you figured out the secure boot key delete to make that drive show up in Samsung Magician.

    You are supposed to use the top M.2 slot for your Op system drive.

    What is the reason for this, and are there any performance implications? I've loaded my OS (win10) on the lower M.2 slot., and so wonder if I should redo it. I have the same drive in each (SS 960 Evo). Thanks!
    The top M.2 is listed as primary but I believe it works either way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Northland View Post
    I got the exact same problem, with both a 950pro and a 960evo m.2´s. I tired the link above and took all drives out but the 950 (took the other m.2 960 out too) so that i only had the 950 installed. But the problem is still there. Samsung magician says that the 950pro is not supported. This is with a fresh copy of win10 and only the nvme samsung driver installed.


    *update:

    I got it sorted now, the only thing i needed to do was to "clear secure boot keys" in bios, and not installing any new "secure boot keys" save and exit bios. After that Samsung magician found my drives as normal again. I got CSM on enable and boot option set to "windows UEFI".

    Hi,

    almost 1,5 later and i hope you can remember ;-)
    i got a post https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...e-NVMe-drivers
    it seems similar to the one you solved.
    by "Clear secure boot keys" you mean to delete the keys - i got 2 options and i'm not sure which one will fit ...
    ... "Security - Secure Boot menu - Secure Boot Control --> change the value to DISABLE"
    ... "Security - Secure Boot menu - Key Management - Delete all secure boot variables"

    I disabled the "Secure Boot" Control" and enabled the CSM, but the driver tool is still not recognizing the disks.
    "Samsung NVM Express Device is not connected. Connect the device and try again"
    Last edited by Smart_at_99; 02-26-2019 at 03:45 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smart_at_99 View Post
    Hi,

    almost 1,5 later and i hope you can remember ;-)
    i got a post https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...e-NVMe-drivers
    it seems similar to the one you solved.
    by "Clear secure boot keys" you mean to delete the keys - i got 2 options and i'm not sure which one will fit ...
    ... "Security - Secure Boot menu - Secure Boot Control --> change the value to DISABLE"
    ... "Security - Secure Boot menu - Key Management - Delete all secure boot variables"

    I disabled the "Secure Boot" Control" and enabled the CSM, but the driver tool is still not recognizing the disks.
    "Samsung NVM Express Device is not connected. Connect the device and try again"
    Hi, did you manage to solve the problme? I am having similar issue. Unable to install samsung nvme driver.

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