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Windows 10 can't boot from NVME after installing RAID driver on a Gigabyte ab350.

Question asked by ericorg on Feb 20, 2018
Latest reply on Feb 20, 2018 by black_zion

I had Windows 10 home working normally on a Samsung 960 evo 500gb for a while. Then I decided to update drivers on my system. I ended up installing everything from my motherboard support page, (A Gigabyte Ab350 Gaming 3, I use a R7 1700, btw), I noticed some warnings about NVME-Raid window issues, but I thought it only applied if I tried to do a RAID array with two NVME ssds. My mistake. After I rebooted, windows 10 now fails to detect its installation on the 960 evo drive.


Automatic repair doesn't work.

Windows does see the NVME drive on the disk part tool but does not see its installation on the bootrec tool. (Using the CMD prompt on the advanced system boot up diagnostic tools)


Any ideas?


Thank you.