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Hello, Nice place here My problem is as follows: I have a flawless AHCI installation of Windows 10 Home on Samsung 850 EVO SSD plugged to SATA 2 native port/controller at my motherboard Gigabyte GA-E7AUM-DS2H (GeForce 9400 chipset, F4 BIOS). Everything works just fine. What happened next: 1. Bought and installed a Chinese external SATA 3 PCIe x1 controller card based on ASM1061 chip 2. Plugged the aforementioned SSD to the card 3.
Loaded BIOS optimized defaults 4. At startup the SATA 3 controller BIOS ROM initializes the SSD correctly 5. PC freezes at the 'Verifying DMI pool data..' Dell Wireless 365 Bluetooth Driver Windows 10 Canon Ir2525 Driver For Windows 10. on this page.
Screen and nothing happens next I tried various options in BIOS with no success. Boot drive order is correct (1. SCSI01 Samsung 850 EVO SSD), first boot drive: hard disk. Also tried 3 different SATA cables just to be sure this link is OK. Also tried to plug the SSD to the second SATA 3 port on card. When I move the SSD back to the motherboard native SATA 2 port/controller - Windows boots with no issues Do you have any clue is this a: 1. Hardware based problem (compatibility issue between SATA 3 card and the motherboard)?
Problem with BIOS (I have the latest one F4)? Problem with Windows MBR? Other not listed problem?
Thank you very much in advance, I appreciate any help. I am guessing you are doing this for sata3 speed only, but you may not get those speeds if the 2nd PCIe slot does not support PCIe 2.0, which means the Onboard is just as fast.
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