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Cannot see an NVMe0 SAMSUNG SSD

Postby Fabvit » Mon Mar 05, 2018 7:28 am

Hi,
I have booted from IFW usb key (created with IFW 3.16).

It is a Lenovo X270 Notebook with an NVMe0 Samsung MZVLW256HEHP SSD.

It seems to me that IFW is unable to see that NVMe drive.

Do I need to include some drive during the creation of an IFW USB boot key?
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Re: Cannot see an NVMe0 SAMSUNG SSD

Postby mashedmitten » Mon Mar 05, 2018 11:59 am

You most likely need the NVME driver added.
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Re: Cannot see an NVMe0 SAMSUNG SSD

Postby Brian K » Mon Mar 05, 2018 1:50 pm

Fabvit wrote:

> Do I need to include some drive during the creation of an IFW USB boot key?

Fabvit,

Did you make the TBWinPE/RE boot disk in the Lenovo X270 Notebook? Or another computer? Making the boot disk in the Lenovo Notebook should add the correct drivers.

Is the SATA Mode in the firmware AHCI or RAID?
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Re: Cannot see an NVMe0 SAMSUNG SSD

Postby TeraByte Support(PP) » Mon Mar 05, 2018 2:15 pm

Brian K wrote:
> Did you make the TBWinPE/RE boot disk in the Lenovo X270 Notebook? Or another
> computer? Making the boot disk in the Lenovo Notebook should add the correct drivers.

It may have the drivers on that system if WinRE included them. Most times the original, which may have included the drivers, is replaced with a generic version when Windows is updated. In other cases, a system with a newer Windows version may include the drivers.

Otherwise, as already suggested, you would need to add the drivers to the TBWinRE/PE build.
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