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    Posted: 01 Oct 2019 at 9:16pm
Hey folks,

First of all I apologize if this has been asked before. At work, in a slight rush and a quick search didn't return anything. Ok on to it now.

I have the following storage device:
Lexar NM600 PCIe M.2 480GB Solid State Drive (SSD) LNM600-480RBNA

I also have a traditional SSD installed in the SATA 3_1 port (shown in photo attached) This was only installed as the 450GB NVMe SSD I have does not seem to show up in the BIOS or Windows.

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So what am I doing wrong here? Is there some sort of special setting that needs to be configured in order for the system to recognize this drive. I really don't want to traditional SSD in this machine and the only reason it is, is because of this issue with not recognizing the drive.

I have tried it in both the M2_1 and M2_2 slots with nothing showing up.
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Remember/notice your personal bios settings (if you have any) and make a CMOS reset.
If that does not help... Yes, there are some more user with this problem. Look around in this board.
What CPU do you use and which bios version?
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BIOS version unsure until I get home from work.

CPU: Ryzen 5 1600
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Problem solved. Moved the drive to the Ultra M.2 slot nearest the CPU. Not sure why it started recognizing it this time around as I had it there originally. Could have had to do with something being corrupt as well. Had to do a full clean/format and reinstall windows as the system was so unstable causing the system to restart or lock up. After the clean install, everything works quite well and a 4 hour stress test with the system overclocked yielded excellent stability and temps.
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I do not understand what the 'not' recognized NVME drive has to do with the corrupt file system or OS on the SATA SSD, but anyway:
Good to read that the problem is solved!
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