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faq:hardware:slot [2018/09/13 14:26]
SH [PCIe/M.2 support overview]
faq:hardware:slot [2019/11/08 09:58]
SH [My NVMe SSD is not detected in BIOS/OS installation. What can I do?]
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 |XPC all-in-one|X50V5|M.2-2280|B+M|✔| |XPC all-in-one|X50V5|M.2-2280|B+M|✔|
 |:::​|X50V6|M.2-2280|B+M|✔| |:::​|X50V6|M.2-2280|B+M|✔|
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 ===== My NVMe SSD is not detected in BIOS/OS installation. What can I do? ===== ===== My NVMe SSD is not detected in BIOS/OS installation. What can I do? =====
 Modern M.2 SSDs (such as Samsung'​s 970 series) use the PCIe lanes of the M.2 slot. This is why they won't be detected as "SATA DEVICES"​ in BIOS. Please note that the NVMe driver needs to run in UEFI mode. Modern M.2 SSDs (such as Samsung'​s 970 series) use the PCIe lanes of the M.2 slot. This is why they won't be detected as "SATA DEVICES"​ in BIOS. Please note that the NVMe driver needs to run in UEFI mode.
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 Please check the below settings in BIOS and change accordingly. Please check the below settings in BIOS and change accordingly.
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