Lemonde
  • Lemonde
  • Advanced Member Topic Starter
2 months ago
Hello

I have installed a giotrends PCIE M.2 adapter in my Windows 10 PC with the disk I wish to boot from

I have cloned the disk to it but it does not show up in the boot choices unless it is the 'Generic Storage Device' 

Do I need to upgrade BIOS or do I need an MBoard with M.2 onboard?


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Lemonde
  • Lemonde
  • Advanced Member Topic Starter
2 months ago
Ok so even if I disable the SATA system the only storage device I can see at boot is Generic Storage Device 0903 but I'm not sure if that is it.

I can see it in the WinRE repair under DOS but nowhere else except in full blown Windows.

I will try and clone the disk again to see if that helps...