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kfrantzios
Journeyman III

Can't find data after creating a Non-Bootable StoreMI drive

I have 3 drives on my system

1. 500GB samsung 970 evo NNVM M2 (not used in tier, boot drive)

2. 250GB SSD (used in tier)

3. 2 TB HDD (used in tier)

I created a non bootable StoreMI drive using AMD StoreMi 1.3.1 and drives 2 and 3. drive 3 had data on it. I chose the ssd as the fast drive and the hdd as a slow drive. It created a new drive with a capacity of 1.31TB with no data and 736GB as unallocated space as seen below.

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The new Drive is empty. I need to find the lost data and if possible find a solution for this to work as intended...

System specs

Asus Prime x470 pro

Ryzen 2700x

32GB ram.

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elstaci
MVP

Re: Can't find data after creating a Non-Bootable StoreMI drive

You didn't mention if you read the AMD STOREMI Guide when you installed STOREMI on your computer.

But here is the official guide which explains what happens to a HDD or SSD when used in STOREMI computer: https://www.amd.com/system/files/2018-04/AMD-StoreMI-Users-Guide.pdf

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kfrantzios
Journeyman III

Re: Can't find data after creating a Non-Bootable StoreMI drive

Of course I read the guide. There is a specific section on non bootable drives. I followed the instructions. Have you seen something regarding my problem that I haven't?

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elstaci
MVP

Re: Can't find data after creating a Non-Bootable StoreMI drive

I tried to google your problem but couldn't find anything.

I was just covering the basics when I asked if you had read the StoreMI Guide.

The only thing I can see that would have deleted your Data was if you would have accidently chosen a Non-Bootable Disk as a blank and checked mark the Partition Disc. As describe in the STOREMI guide:

Lets see if some other User here at AMD Forum experienced in using and troubleshooting STOREMI can answer your question.

If not, I suggest you open an AMD EMAIL SUPPORT TICKET and see what they suggest: Email Form

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