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Windows is currently installed to an NVMe disk; upgrading the RAID driver will make the OS unbootable.  Please load Windows on a non-NVMe disk.  RAID installation will now abort. How do I fix this error?

Question asked by nephi on May 11, 2019
Latest reply on Jun 12, 2019 by raidsupportbad

Windows is currently installed to an NVMe disk; upgrading the RAID driver will make the OS unbootable. Please load Windows on a non-NVMe disk. RAID installation will now abort. How do I fix this error?

 

I have a newly built PC with a Samsung 970 EVO plus NVMe M.2 250 GB with a registered fresh copy of Windows 10 pro installed.

My motherboard is a MSI AMD B450-A Pro.

 

All I want to do is successfully update my drivers and I immediately ran into this problem. Somebody please help!

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