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    Posted: 07 Feb 2020 at 3:26pm
Originally posted by ShK ShK wrote:

btw, TRX40 Creator bios 1.30 beta has a bug, when you select "Discard Changes and Exit", bios will crash.

ASRock engineer team has fixed now this "Discard Changes and Exit" issue from the BIOS. They also fixed another issue which I reported, "RGB LED On/Off" -option did show wrong status in the BIOS. So I can confirm that all of these are now fixed in the BIOS version L1.42 which ASRock TSD offered to me to test.

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A little update. ASRock TSD asked me to test with the another brand internal SSD drive and I added all internal SSD drives which I could find. Then I did again that F9+F10 trick in BIOS and now all started to work as should. Any of installed internal drives does not anymore appear as removable drive! After I removed unneeded drives, original drive still works as it should and Windows 10 does not detect it anymore as removable drive. So all good now! Excellent!
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I got an answer from the ASRock Technical Support Division:

Quote Dear ShK,

Thank you for choosing ASRock and contact us.

Today we have used TRX40 Creator to test, but we didn't sea the same behavior as you said.

We connect two SATA disk to the MB and boot into OS with default BIOS setting, the SATA devices doesn't appear in the Removable Hardware list.

For this case, we would suggest loading the BIOS to default setting by pressing [F9] and then press [F10] to save and exit to try.

Thank you,

Best wishes,

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After pressing [F9] and then pressing [F10] to save and exit, my Crucial M4 2.5" 512GB SATA III MLC Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) CT512M4SSD2 still appears as removable drive on Microsoft Windows 10 64-bit.

btw, TRX40 Creator bios 1.30 beta has a bug, when you select "Discard Changes and Exit", bios will crash.
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Thanks, ticket is now done to the "ASRock Technical Support Division".

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Originally posted by ShK ShK wrote:

Originally posted by Ray62 Ray62 wrote:

I would create a ticket with a change request...

How to do this and where?

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Originally posted by Ray62 Ray62 wrote:

I would create a ticket with a change request...

How to do this and where?
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None of those 'Advanced\AMD CBS\NBIO Common Options' options didn't prevent internal SATA hard drives to appear as removable. I don't even know if they're related in any way to SATA Hot Plug.

I can see drives in Storage Device(s) List, but there is no way to access them by mouse or keyboard.

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Hmm, this you have to test.
But it is global.

Maybe it is a little bit hidden: Can you check on each connected drive in the storage menu, if there is an option popup?

That's the way of an Asrock X470 Taichi bios, i read in a german forum when searching "asrock trx40 hot plug".
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Thanks, exactly those I tried to find but no luck. This was the closest I found, but TBH I have no idea what those means:

Hot Plug Handling mode:
AO Mode
OS First (No Error Handling)
OS First (Error Handling - Not Implemented)
Firmware First
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In the bios of the Asrock Fatal1ty X370 PG there is/was a global SATA Hot Plug switch under Advanced\Storage Configuration.

And in the bios of the MSI Creator TRX40 you can set hot plug for each port:

Also my MSI X570 MEG Ace has these options.

I don't know why Asrock does not offer the same.

I would create a ticket with a change request...
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