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Dual nvme drives in a ASUS ROG G752VS-XB72K?

cbbr
Level 7
I am a total noob. I would like to use a second nvme drive for storage & a scratch disk for photoshop. I have a pair of WD blue SN550 1tb drives - 1 id a clone of my original 256 OEM drive and it boots/works flawlessly. The other is not recognized by the computer. Any help would be much appreciated.
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BigJohnny
Level 13
Dont see what the problem is unless you havent initialized the drive in disk manager. I run a pair of 1TB samsung 960 pros in my G752VY in raid0.

cbbr
Level 7
The second doesn't show up in the disk manager?

BigJohnny
Level 13
Ill have a look in my G752 BIOS next time I boot it up. I dont recall having to do anything for it to be seen. Installing raid) was another story and PITA.
Have you tried swapping ports? Does both M2 support NVME? There may be a BIOS setting for M.2 NVME of M.2 SATA.

cbbr
Level 7
I did try swapping ports. I'm not familiar with resetting the BIOS.

i would first check the bios if it even detects a drive on that port. if it does, then my next guess would be the current partition is not being detected by your OS. if your bios doesn't detect the drive, either the problem is the drive itself or the port. good luck