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dizzle trizzle  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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NEED HELP! (Upgraded motherboard)
 

 
So i did everything i could find out before i changed my motherboard and i swap cases etc. i even modded my case my drilling out holes after finding out it has flow issues lol

1. My windows 10 is attached to my account
2. I downloaded the Bios update onto a thumb drive
3. All my hardware is connected and running in new case
4. I updated my ASUS B460M board through the EZmode off the thumbdrive

5. It restarts and i get this message:

Please enter setup to recover bios setting. After setting up intel (r) Optance memory or the RAID configuration was built, SATA mode selection must be changed to raid mode to avoid unknown issues. Press F1 to run setup.

This what i got:

ASUS- PRIME B460M-A Board
CPU: i5-10600k @4.10 GHZ
RAM: 16GB
GPU: running my old 750ti until my new one comes in later this week
NVMe- 1TB
SSD-1TB

so my old SSD has all my windows OS and information, it cant boot from that device from the bios, idk why but ok, maybe im missing something, it should boot because this is the SSD i use to upgrade from HDD

SO FAR:
i went back and realized i upgraded my bios for windows 11 by default ver 1620, so just incase i re-did the downlaod on my thumbstick and re-installed the previous ver 1605 off the ASUS site, and still i get that message.

In BIOS when i look in the options for boot, it has OS type: Windows UEFI mode, should it be other OS?


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UPDATE:

*****FIXED*****

In bios, in the boot section my CSM was disabled, i enabled it, the bios would now detect my SSD, but i still ran into a problem when i reset it would not boot from SSD and asked to select a bootable media

SO i played around with settings and my Storage config was on the RAID option, so i switched it to ACHI, saved and rebooted and BOOM im in!!

THANKS FOR YALL HELP MAYNE!!


Last edited by dizzle trizzle; 10-09-2021 at 02:40 PM..
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 2 months ago '16        #2
rempleTakalaka  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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I would check your HDD/SATA settings and see if you truly do have any RAID modes enabled. If so, try disabling and restart.

Do you need RAID for your current setup?
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 2 months ago '17        #3
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Boot into your BIOS or raid controller, depending on your configuration, and change the setting to RAID. Back your data up first.



I hope this helps...
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 2 months ago '20        #4
confidential1  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x4
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In BIOS when i look in the options for boot, it has OS type: Windows UEFI mode, should it be other OS?

Try starting up with only (1) HD connected at a time.

Also, you can try changing the boot option to (enable) Legacy Rom (if possible)

Sometimes PCs just get dumb man…
I got an XPS 710 in my closet with a lot of nostalgic data on there that won’t boot up properly that I just don’t have the energy for


Last edited by confidential1; 10-09-2021 at 01:56 PM..
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 2 months ago '05        #5
dizzle trizzle  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1 OP
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 rempleTakalaka said
I would check your HDD/SATA settings and see if you truly do have any RAID modes enabled. If so, try disabling and restart.

Do you need RAID for your current setup?
i have no idea man lol im trying thanks for yall help though
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 2 months ago '05        #6
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 confidential1 said
In BIOS when i look in the options for boot, it has OS type: Windows UEFI mode, should it be other OS?

Try starting up with only (1) HD connected at a time.

Also, you can try changing the boot option to (enable) Legacy Rom (if possible)

Sometimes PCs just get dumb man…
I got an XPS 710 in my closet with a lot of nostalgic data on there that won’t boot up properly that I just don’t have the energy for

my ssd doesn't even show in boot priority, so i wonder if my drivers are not good? if so is there a way to update the drivers without taking the ssd out and putting it back into my old setup?

or can i boot from a free windows 10 and update and activate my account?
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 2 months ago '16        #7
rempleTakalaka  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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 dizzle trizzle said
i have no idea man lol im trying thanks for yall help though
I will say no, you don't need a RAID setup then.

RAID = you have multiple physical non SSD hard drives that you need to act as one drive.

Essentially you're storing data across multiple drives for uptime and speed.

Your specs show you have A couple SSD drives, but only one installed? If im reading correctly.

That's why I said disable any RAID configurations and save/restart your machine.
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 2 months ago '16        #8
rempleTakalaka  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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I would do the following:

Power off and unplug your machine.

Disconnect your SSD

Plug your tower back in and power on

Immediately go into the BIOS

Choose the option of Reset to Defaults, then save and exit. Because you still have your SSD unplugged it'll give a type of message of no boot devices found.

Power off and unplug your machine again.

RECONNECT your SSD

Plug back in your machine and power on.

See of that makes any difference.
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 2 months ago '16        #9
rempleTakalaka  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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To add make sure after you plug your SSD back in, that you have your SSD set to the first boot device in your boot order.

Also check to see if your motherboard is recognizing your SSD in the settings.
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 2 months ago '05        #10
dizzle trizzle  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1 OP
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FIXED, thanks yall for your help yall help lead me to fixing it, update in original post, may want to document that for others
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 2 months ago '16        #11
rempleTakalaka  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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 dizzle trizzle said
FIXED, thanks yall for your help yall help lead me to fixing it, update in original post, may want to document that for others
Enjoy the fruits of your labor homie. Great to hear!



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 2 months ago '05        #12
dizzle trizzle  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1 OP
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 rempleTakalaka said
I will say no, you don't need a RAID setup then.

RAID = you have multiple physical non SSD hard drives that you need to act as one drive.

Essentially you're storing data across multiple drives for uptime and speed.

Your specs show you have A couple SSD drives, but only one installed? If im reading correctly.

That's why I said disable any RAID configurations and save/restart your machine.
yeah you help me out i looked up RAID and i had it on when i didnt need to, and my CSM config was disabled
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 2 months ago '06        #13
whammy  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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Man, I love BX threads where we help each other out.


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 2 months ago '05        #14
dizzle trizzle  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1 OP
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 rempleTakalaka said
Enjoy the fruits of your labor homie. Great to hear!



just got to wait for my gpu
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 2 months ago '11        #15
shellz386  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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 dizzle trizzle said
just got to wait for my gpu
I need to upgrade for New World

I'm not a PC gamer at all but I really liked the beta
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 2 months ago '14        #16
Swade009  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x6
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I had that same Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle box as a kid.
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 2 months ago '11        #17
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Does it ask you for your registration code because you need one or it's gone Windows 10 one won't work. You can find it in a online swap market for 20 bucks these codes stack with junkies trust me.

 2 months ago '11        #18
GBONIT011 
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Plus EZ mode might not be a full install build a optimal thumb drive and make sure your motherboard kernal version is compatible with Windows 11 might be late for Asus
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 2 months ago '16        #19
rempleTakalaka  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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 GBONIT011 said
Does it ask you for your registration code because you need one or it's gone Windows 10 one won't work. You can find it in a online swap market for 20 bucks these codes stack with junkies trust me.
Accidentally slapped your post man, not intentional
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 2 months ago '05        #20
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 shellz386 said
I need to upgrade for New World

I'm not a PC gamer at all but I really liked the beta
i was just playing on my gtx 750 ti just fine (very old gpu), although at low settings and a smaller resolution but it was fine, smooth and i had no trouble in crowded, but i did not try the pvp wars that might tax it but gpu was sitting at 56-58%.

with same card and before my upgrade i was playing it on a 2 core 12 year old processor capable of 4 threads, it was only laggy in town and crowded areas.

i think those recoomendations are pumped up you can defintely play it at low entry levels, it may not be the full experience but i enjoyed it

 2 months ago '05        #21
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 GBONIT011 said
Does it ask you for your registration code because you need one or it's gone Windows 10 one won't work. You can find it in a online swap market for 20 bucks these codes stack with junkies trust me.
i figured that out too:

i linked my windows to my microsoft account before i swapped everything, went to activate my stuff and went to to troubleshoot>>i recently changed hardware>>> like it says online, what they dont tell you is make sure you install all the windows 10 updates or it will say the servers busy 100% of the time.

Figure that out the hard way, i had some updates left, updated them. Went to troubleshoot again>>>>i recently change hardware and BOOM pick the computer your at (i have two windows computers linked to my account), picked my old desktop, it updated and activated my account no issues, no key needed because i already paid for it along time ago, i wasnt going to spend 150 for a key or any money for what i own already

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 Swade009 said
I had that same Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle box as a kid.
yup i kept it, i was going to turn it into my pc, but i didnt want to cut it up, could be worth someting

 2 months ago '05        #23
dizzle trizzle  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1 OP
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the only issue left right now is that my NVMe is not being detected, i suspect it could be a driver or formatting thing since its new. idk

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dizzle trizzle  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1 OP
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firgure out how to get my NVMe working, bios is recognizing it but i dont see it in the file folders as a device

you have to format it.

go to disk management on your computer

the disk should show up as unallocated

right click in the space that shows the disk sotrage and creat a simple volume and then it will format it and ask you to name it etc.


HOPES THIS HELPS ANYONE DOING A BUILD....i went through the pain so you can succeed
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 3 weeks ago '09        #25
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 dizzle trizzle said
the only issue left right now is that my NVMe is not being detected, i suspect it could be a driver or formatting thing since its new. idk

right click "this pc" then click manage

on the left under storage select disk management....

select the unformatted drive then click format simple volume and follow the steps to format the drive


reboot into bios and it should detect the nvme drive
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