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Solidigm™ (Formerly Intel®) Solid State Drive Is Not Detected In BIOS

Ways To Solve Issue When Solidigm Solid State Drive Does Not Appear In The List Of Storage Devices In BIOS

Summary
If encountering below symptoms:
  • The SSD is not detected inside the operating system (OS).
  • The stored data in the SSD could not be accessed.
  • Error Message No Boot Drive Detected during POST.

Please perform the following to resolve the issue:

  • Check if the system meets the system requirements of the drive.
  • Test the SSD in another system and check if detected in BIOS.
  • Test another SSD and check if detected in BIOS.
  • Connect the drive directly to the motherboard using the proper cable(s) and/or the correct ports as defined by the system user guide for the form factor (M.2, Add In Card or 2.5") in use.
  • Test a different supported connector or cable (if applicable).
  • Check for any physical damage or foreign objects on both the SSD and the connector (if applicable).
  • Check if the SSD is supported by the motherboard.
  • Update BIOS. Contact your system manufacturer for assistance.

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Solidigm™ (Formerly Intel®) Solid State Drive Is Not Detected In BIOS