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Hello @Klem

 

I'm in the same boat with a P770ZM.  I can see the drive 970 EVO Plus in the Samsung Magician app, and showed to clone to it, but can't get it to boot.  This is a personal laptop I use for work and I've been trying to find an old drive on ebay that is larger than 128GB.  I do CAD work and my programs are pretty big.  I have placed a dump below if you think you could help.  I've reached out to Origin, but they have already archived everything.  I will request their latest bios, but don't know if it will help.  Any help would be greatly appreciated.

 

https://mega.nz/file/K0Z3hSIZ#ce-7XngK5d7OQp-AjfULi0d0WX5skYic_Ke6t9_Q4_0

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52 minutes ago, 1kappasig said:

Hello @Klem

 

I'm in the same boat with a P770ZM.  I can see the drive 970 EVO Plus in the Samsung Magician app, and showed to clone to it, but can't get it to boot.  This is a personal laptop I use for work and I've been trying to find an old drive on ebay that is larger than 128GB.  I do CAD work and my programs are pretty big.  I have placed a dump below if you think you could help.  I've reached out to Origin, but they have already archived everything.  I will request their latest bios, but don't know if it will help.  Any help would be greatly appreciated.

 

https://mega.nz/file/K0Z3hSIZ#ce-7XngK5d7OQp-AjfULi0d0WX5skYic_Ke6t9_Q4_0

Hi!

Ok. Check PM.

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46 minutes ago, Imtri said:

Hi @Klem,

 

just got a used XMG P505/Clevo P652SE and now would like to use a wd sn550 nvme ssd drive.

Could you please mod my bios so I can boot from that drive as well?

Thanks in advance!

 

Here's my upload:

https://mega.nz/file/5gg1iALQ#PEWrVA8vWz5RR_LR3unBHpxXRuKfD-li833EgG6hPN4

 

Best regards!

Hi!

Ok. Check PM.

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Hi Klem , my bios p771 PLS:

 

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1PGJZcFvbhMFQopbdYE2qU-IUet4zT_H4/view?usp=sharing

 

 thank you

 

Leo

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2 hours ago, [email protected] said:

Hi Klem , my bios p771 PLS:

 

 thank you

 

Leo

Hi!

Please explain, you tried install m2 NVMe SSD disk, but this disk didn't work? And you want to add NVMe support in your bios?

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9 hours ago, Klem said:

Hi!

Please explain, you tried install m2 NVMe SSD disk, but this disk didn't work? And you want to add NVMe support in your bios?

 

Hey! Hey!

Yes, I need support for BOOT m.2 NVME disk.

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Hi @Klem

I have clevo p750zm

using BIOS Prema Mod v2 it is ok

i installed a ssd NVME disk ADATA SX8200P  and installed Windows 10 pro on it  without problems

But when I enter the BIOS,

I don't see the ssd NVME disk ADATA SX8200P as one of the available devices

Why?

 

https://mega.nz/file/5JMyiTAI#zbAgQoEcZyeUTxXZ_Uq68iW5fivNqNDS7BLPaOqwaoM

 

thanks

 

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On 7/18/2021 at 6:21 PM, zorq said:

Hi @Klem

I have clevo p750zm

using BIOS Prema Mod v2 it is ok

i installed a ssd NVME disk ADATA SX8200P  and installed Windows 10 pro on it  without problems

But when I enter the BIOS,

I don't see the ssd NVME disk ADATA SX8200P as one of the available devices

Why?

 

https://mega.nz/file/5JMyiTAI#zbAgQoEcZyeUTxXZ_Uq68iW5fivNqNDS7BLPaOqwaoM

 

thanks

 

 

Hi!

  • Important:
    • The "BOOT" section of the UEFI BIOS and the shortcut to the "Bootable Devices" will not show the NVMe SSD, although it may be bootable!
    • After having installed the NVMe supporting OS in UEFI mode onto the PCIe/M.2 connected SSD, you will see the new bootable system drive listed as "Windows Boot Manager".
  • Here are some advices about how to get Win10 properly installed onto an M.2 or PCIe connected NVMe SSD:
    • Save the important data, which are currently on the NVMe SSD.
    • Create a bootable, FAT32 formatted USB Flash drive containing the desired Win10 image by using the tool Rufus (important: choose the UEFI mode partition table = GPT).
      Here is a picture, which shows the most important Rufus settings:
      f50t871p14810n38_OuVTrMzF-thumb.png
    • Enter the BIOS and navigate to the "BOOT" section and - if applicable - the "SECURITY" or "Keys" section. 
      Make sure, that the "Secure Boot" and "Fast Boot" options are disabled. The "Compatibility Support Module" (CSM) can either be set to "Disabled" as well (better option, but requires full UEFI compatibility of the graphics adapter) or to "Enabled" with the ability/preference to load EFI BIOS modules for the Storage Disk Drives. If you see BIOS options for the "OS type", choose "other OS". This will disable the Secure Boot setting.
      Side note: Some users reported, they they had to disable the ASMedia SATA Controller within the "Storage Configuration" section to be able to boot off the NVMe SSD.
    • Most important: Unplug all storage disk drives except the NVMe supporting SSD.
    • Insert the prepared USB Flash drive and boot off it in UEFI mode (the related bootable USB drive should be shown by the Boot Manager with the prefix "[UEFI]").
    • When you come to the point, where you have to decide onto which Drive and which partition the OS shall be installed, delete all existing partitions from your NVME supporting SSD. After having done that, let the Win10 Setup create a new partition for your future drive C: on the related SSD. Then point to this just created partition as the desired future OS location.
    • The rest should be done by the Setup automatically. You will get a message, that some additional partitions have to be created. Accept that and follow the advice of the Setup where to install the OS.
    • Once the OS is up and running, shut down the computer, remove the bootable USB Flash driver and reconnect all your previously used storage drives.
    • Before you restart your computer, make sure, that the NVMe SSD resp. its listed "Windows Boot Manager" is on top of the bootable storage drives.

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Привет @Klem

У меня clevo p771zm не запускается windows с ssd NVMe  и не отображается в bios

Можешь мне помочь с поддержкой NVMe?

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1 hour ago, Alexandr_61 said:

Привет @Klem

У меня clevo p771zm не запускается windows с ssd NVMe  и не отображается в bios

Можешь мне помочь с поддержкой NVMe?

Hi!

Ok, your bios mod with NVME support done. Check PM.

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Hi @Klem,

 

I hope this isn't a bother for you, but I've gone through a lot of attempts to get my Samsung SSD 980 NVMe M.2 to get detected but none of it worked. Flashed my BIOS twice already but nothing seemed to work... I have an NP8156 (p650hp6-g) laptop, and I'm kindly asking for your help to mod NVMe support into it.

 

I just want to use it as additional storage not to boot from, if this bit of info matters.

 

Checked the link and tried to generate the results, but it reported some errors, have I done something wrong?

https://www.sendspace.com/file/dhn89s

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2 hours ago, Joey10Fingers said:

Hi @Klem,

 

I hope this isn't a bother for you, but I've gone through a lot of attempts to get my Samsung SSD 980 NVMe M.2 to get detected but none of it worked. Flashed my BIOS twice already but nothing seemed to work... I have an NP8156 (p650hp6-g) laptop, and I'm kindly asking for your help to mod NVMe support into it.

 

I just want to use it as additional storage not to boot from, if this bit of info matters.

 

Checked the link and tried to generate the results, but it reported some errors, have I done something wrong?

https://www.sendspace.com/file/dhn89s

Hi!

Your laptop model (Clevo P650HP6-G) already has full NVMe support by default. Therefore, there is no need for any BIOS modifications to support NVMe SSD's. Unfortunately, I don't know why your Samsung SSD 980 NVMe M.2 is not detected.

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2 minutes ago, Klem said:

Hi!

Your laptop model (Clevo P650HP6-G) already has NVMe support by default. Therefore, there is no need for any BIOS modifications to support NVMe SSD's. Unfortunately, I don't know why your Samsung SSD 980 NVMe M.2 is not detected.

 

That is upsetting, but thank you for letting me know! At least now I can stop trying to mess with my BIOS, already ruined my splash screen with some generic Style Notebook icon :\

 

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15 minutes ago, Joey10Fingers said:

 

That is upsetting, but thank you for letting me know! At least now I can stop trying to mess with my BIOS, already ruined my splash screen with some generic Style Notebook icon :\

 

Try to follow this instruction:

  • Important:
    • The "BOOT" section of the UEFI BIOS and the shortcut to the "Bootable Devices" will not show the NVMe SSD, although it may be bootable!
    • After having installed the NVMe supporting OS in UEFI mode onto the PCIe/M.2 connected SSD, you will see the new bootable system drive listed as "Windows Boot Manager".
  • Here are some advices about how to get Win10 properly installed onto an M.2 or PCIe connected NVMe SSD:
    • Save the important data, which are currently on the NVMe SSD.
    • Create a bootable, FAT32 formatted USB Flash drive containing the desired Win10 image by using the tool Rufus (important: choose the UEFI mode partition table = GPT).
      Here is a picture, which shows the most important Rufus settings:
      f50t871p14810n38_OuVTrMzF-thumb.png
    • Enter the BIOS and navigate to the "BOOT" section and - if applicable - the "SECURITY" or "Keys" section. 
      Make sure, that the "Secure Boot" and "Fast Boot" options are disabled. The "Compatibility Support Module" (CSM) can either be set to "Disabled" as well (better option, but requires full UEFI compatibility of the graphics adapter) or to "Enabled" with the ability/preference to load EFI BIOS modules for the Storage Disk Drives. If you see BIOS options for the "OS type", choose "other OS". This will disable the Secure Boot setting.
      Side note: Some users reported, they they had to disable the ASMedia SATA Controller within the "Storage Configuration" section to be able to boot off the NVMe SSD.
    • Most important: Unplug all storage disk drives except the NVMe supporting SSD.
    • Insert the prepared USB Flash drive and boot off it in UEFI mode (the related bootable USB drive should be shown by the Boot Manager with the prefix "[UEFI]").
    • When you come to the point, where you have to decide onto which Drive and which partition the OS shall be installed, delete all existing partitions from your NVME supporting SSD. After having done that, let the Win10 Setup create a new partition for your future drive C: on the related SSD. Then point to this just created partition as the desired future OS location.
    • The rest should be done by the Setup automatically. You will get a message, that some additional partitions have to be created. Accept that and follow the advice of the Setup where to install the OS.
    • Once the OS is up and running, shut down the computer, remove the bootable USB Flash driver and reconnect all your previously used storage drives.
    • Before you restart your computer, make sure, that the NVMe SSD resp. its listed "Windows Boot Manager" is on top of the bootable storage drives.

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Posted (edited)

Hi @Klem

You're right! If I remove all the other drives and leave the NVMe SSD, I can see it and access it with a windows 10 installer, and even make partitions.

The problem is that I don't want to install windows there, I already have a SATA SSD with it installed. I just wanted to keep it as storage, though after making the partition (not installing windows) I still could not see when I put the other drives back.

 

I'll try installing windows completely and see if it will show up as a drive when I run old windows.

 

edit: It worked, kinda, but alone. It looks like my Laptop stops recognizing the NVMe SSD when I have a SATA SSD installed at the same time.

Edited by Joey10Fingers

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