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#16 RE: file size exceeds the volume size while inserting NvmeExpressDxE_compr by neo370333 07.03.2018 20:41

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Zitat von Ethaniel im Beitrag #15
@neo370333:
You don't need the Ntfs driver, not even when using Windows.
Removing that should give you enough space to add NvmExpressDxe_3-comp.ffs that is using compression supported by your BIOS.
Why is it needed Ntfs driver?
What functions does it perform?

#17 RE: file size exceeds the volume size while inserting NvmeExpressDxE_compr by Ethaniel 08.03.2018 22:10

@neo370333:
NTFS is the file system used by Windows. Windows however is using a FAT32 EFI system partition for booting and has its own NTFS driver so Windows does not depend on NTFS support by BIOS.
You may use an NTFS driver in UEFI to explore NTFS partitions in UEFI Shell, update BIOS with an image on an NTFS partition or to boot a custom UEFI loader or load a custom UEFI driver from an NTFS partition. None of these are usually happening and you may put any of these on the FAT32 EFI system partition or a FAT32 formatted USB drive. You may even load the removed NTFS driver from a FAT32 partition.
As s conclusion; you don't really need an NTFS driver in your BIOS and newer BIOS images contain no NTFS driver at all.

#18 RE: file size exceeds the volume size while inserting NvmeExpressDxE_compr by jacknosye 04.09.2018 16:22

Hi, I'm new here.

Just wonder if this work on Asus ROG GL522VX notebook Bios? I've follow the instructions step by step and found there is a strings on my latest BIOS a Nvme (at this point I stop from flashing the modified version of Bios). Does this mean my Bios already have Nvme enabled on M.2 port?

Sorry for the hassle.

#19 RE: file size exceeds the volume size while inserting NvmeExpressDxE_compr by Fernando 04.09.2018 16:31

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@jacknosye:
Welcome to the Win-RAID Forum!

Zitat von jacknosye im Beitrag #18
Just wonder if this work on Asus ROG GL522VX notebook Bios?
Yes, it should work.
Please explain, what you have done and what happened. Which NVMe module did you find within the original BIOS?

Regards
Dieter (alias Fernando)

#20 RE: file size exceeds the volume size while inserting NvmeExpressDxE_compr by jacknosye 04.09.2018 16:43

here is what I has made so far.

img 1, first red box showing Nvme (from the origin Bios before modding) and the 2nd red box was the what I have insert.

img 2, is the main body of the whole Bios

#21 RE: file size exceeds the volume size while inserting NvmeExpressDxE_compr by Fernando 04.09.2018 17:02

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@jacknosye:
The presence of a DXE module named "Nvme" within the original BIOS indicates, that NVMe is natively supported by your specific notebook.
So it is neither necessary nor useful to insert any additional NVMe module into the BIOS.
You will be able to get Win10 installed onto your NVMe SSD in UEFI mode and to boot off it.

#22 RE: file size exceeds the volume size while inserting NvmeExpressDxE_compr by jacknosye 04.09.2018 17:06

Thanks so much.

I haven't test the M.2 slot for Pcie Nvme SSD. How should I know if my M.2 is supported Nvme Pcie? is there any software to use to identify this/clarify before buying the Nvme Pcie SSD?
Also, I've tried the latest AMIBCP v5.0.1 to open the bios file and try to mod the M.2 port to be hotplug. Is it possible to do so?

I am really sorry for the hassle.

#23 RE: file size exceeds the volume size while inserting NvmeExpressDxE_compr by Fernando 04.09.2018 18:26

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@jacknosye:
I am pretty sure, that all currently available NVMe SSDs will be supported by the latest BIOS. If you are unsure, whether a specific NVMe SSD model will work properly with your specific notebook model, you should ask the ASUS ROG Technical Support.

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