I recently picked up a Inland performance 3d nand NVMe SSD to replace a failed ssd. The drive shows up fine on a dell OptiPlex bios. The only place I can see this SSD in the asus bios is in the intel rapid storage technology menu. I can see the specs of the drive but have no options. I've tested other M2 SSDs in the asus board and they show up normally. I assume there is a settings change needed. any help is appreciated.
Sounds like both systems had the storage controller set to RAID. New board is seeing this drive as a RAID volume. Usually you just need to import it. Does the drive show up in Disk Management?
I'd have to look at what's on the drive. Could be it's legacy boot and your new board is set UEFI. Check the properties on the disk in Disk Management. Check if the partition style is MBR or GPT. It may provide some clarity on what's going on. If it is MBR and you're trying to boot to it, you'll need to enable CSM in the BIOS.
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