Asus Q408 cannot see the NVme drive

WalkinWalkin Level 1
edited June 22 in ZenBook
  1. System: Windows 10 64bit
  2. Battery or AC:
  3. Model: Asus Q408
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Detailed description:

Hello guys,


I have a problem with nvme SSD drive, it is not appearin gin the list of drives while I'm tryin to install the Windows.

Laprtop - Asus q408

NVme - WD n550 1tb

The drive is present in BIOS.

It seams some adjustments are needed in BIOS.

Currently I'm using my old SATA m2 drive instead of NVMe.

Is this laptop supports NVMe?


Comments

  • edited May 21

    Your Nvme disk is good. So detected in bios.

    Try method 1 see below site

    https://community.wd.com/t/cant-install-windows-10-with-wd-black/232900

    Method 2

    Disable Raid mode in bios, enable ACHI mode in bios, then save and exit from bios

    But windows does not detected. You need to download the nvme drivers extract it and copy to usb disk, while installing choose load driver , locate USB disk, browse to path of .inf file, choose inf, ok, ok, now nvme disk is visible to windows

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