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    • Hi guys, I´m so frustrated cause this works for me before, but now I can not make it work . This is the problem:

      I did a formatting of m.2 for reinstall windows 10, everything ok, but the big trouble is that i can´t boot in UEFI mode. The big and disturbing message appears again and again NO Booteable device is dectected. System will enter the bios Setup Utility. So I try CSM enabled and SS PATA: appears in boot menu, I setup windows 10 but the installation won´t start, the next message appear 'Windows cannot be installed to this disk. This computer's hardware may not support booting to this disk. Ensure the disk's controller is enabled in the computer's BIOS menu. Ok I reset the PC, select UEFI compatibility but I can´t access to the disk always say the same thing No booteable device Found.

      I reflashed bios 2 or 3 times, I try in different pci-exp ports, but nothing work. Just say No booteable device Found. So sad
      please help me thank you guys

    • Zitat von Fernando im Beitrag #1492
      @sgt_meowmers:
      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.

      I try:
      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?

      thank you

      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.

      Specs:
      Gigabyte G1 Sniper 5 chipset Z87
      i5 4690k
      SM951 NVME M.2 with a Silverstone ECM20 adapter card



      Thank you again
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