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Zitat von Fernando im Beitrag #1492
I am sorry about your problems, but do not really know how to help you.
Since a lot of people have inserted one of the NVMe modules, which I am offering within the start post, but didn't report about an issue like yours, I suspect, that it is not the NVMe module itself, which has caused your problems.
What about the BIOS version, the personal BIOS settings (incl. overclocking), the NVMe Firmware and the in-use NVMe driver?
Thank you for reply Fernando.
I was reading your new guide, and I re-flashed the bios again using the new software from the guide. Everything works perfect, and something important that i forget to do is disable CSM support because I don´t find the option in bios. I was searching again in the all bios, finally found it. So this funtion have 3 options, OTHER OS, WINDOWS 8, and WINDOWS 8 WHQL, I choose Windows 8 WHQL and under this I could choose CSM compatibility : never (It´s like disabled option CSM) save bios and reboot. All work fine. Is there a problem if CSM is enabled? Perhaps caused the problem. In a moment post you the pics of the bios.
Thanks for your kind help
Hello again guys, 1 month ago I use this mod for a gigabyte z87 motherboard + Samsung SM951 M.2 , everything works great but, recently I have a issue when Pc boots show me the message error 0xc000000e (same the picture):
[[File:BSOD with error message.png|none|auto]]
so, I enter to bios but the windows manager and the pata: drive not shown. The only way I found is reset bios, put back the settings and save bios. Everything works again! But it's kind of annoying to do this over and over again when I turn off the pc.
3 different bios, F1O, F10 beta and F10 mod bios
the new NvmeExpressDxE second version
All work fine, but the same issue when i turn off the pc at the night and later i turn on in the morning the message error 0xc000000e appears
any idea to help me?
EDIT by Fernando: Inserted image resized and directly attached (to save space)
Hi, this my first post and i find this page because i needed support a new m.2 nvme ( Samsumg SM951 NVME 256 gb To be precise) in a z87 chipset and I am truly grateful with the people that made it possible, and Fernando for the kind help. So i am using this m.2 booting windows 10 whitout any issue. Just follow the #1 post guide and is extremely easy make it work, here´s a pic of my system.
Gigabyte G1 Sniper 5 chipset Z87
SM951 NVME M.2 with a Silverstone ECM20 adapter card
Thank you again