09-04-2022 11:27 AM
09-05-2022 03:21 AM
09-05-2022 06:35 AM
Go to your bios and look for Intel storage and change the setting to the following if you are not using RAID.
Enable VMD Controller- Enable
Map PCIE Storage under VMD- Disable
Map SATA Controller under VMD: Disable
09-05-2022 07:33 AM
I fixed the issue. I turned off the Intel Rapid storage, PCIE under VMD, and enabled the Network Stack. The drive then appeared as a NVME device. I turned the Network stack off and the Intel Rapid Storage back on and everything worked fine.
Frankly, I was grasping at straws. I had Googled the issue multiple times, but none of the solutions would work. I was using the onboard video so enabling the legacy storage was not an option. In this build installing a graphics card even temporarily would have been a major pain.
11-11-2022 11:18 AM
11-11-2022 11:29 AM
Hey, i found this thread via google cause i have an identical problem.
I just bought after years a new Asus B660-i with an 13600kf and G.Skill F5-6000u4040e16GX2-TZ5K.
After i managed to update the bios to support my CPU and my first post into bios i recognized thad my first nvme is not there and also its nowhere into the bios.
and i also have some problem with the ram, when i active the XMP profile, the board wont post and the yellow RAM led is glowing till i reset CMOS or the board will jump back to config defaults.
after some tries i also bought one of this LGA 1700 Frames and installed it, also no luck at all.
soo i send the board back and going back to MSI? 😉 just kidding!
Any ideas? Thanks for your time