Hello. I have a laptop ASUS G751JT equipped with a M.2 PCIe port and Windows 10 last version.
I followed your method. My computer restarts well as long as I don't install the NVMe SSD.
When I connect my SSD PNY CS3030 1To NVMe PCIe Gen 3 x 4, my computer gets stuck on an empty screen I rule CSM Launch on Disable. My computer stays stuck on the ASUS logo if I rule CSM launch on enable. The F2 button is inactive. I can't get into the BIOS. In order for it to restart normally, I have to remove the NVMe SSD to hand over the SATA SSD.
So I started the NVMe SSD using an external USB-C case. I cloned W10 on it. It doesn't change anything as soon as I place the NVMe SSD on port M.2.
As soon as I connect the NVMe SSD to the M.2 port, the computer does not boot. Please, do you have a solution?
I'm sorry if I'm not very clear. I don't speak very good English and I use the translation module to communicate with you.
Thank you so much for your help !
Did you modded your BIOS to include the NvmExpressDxe_4 module as described on the first post in the thread?
You must be sure that the inclusion of the module into the BIOS was successful (step 18).
The module position is very important. Must be the last one just after the LANDriver.
Hello.I finally managed to make my NVMe work. I changed my motherboard which was defective. Now everything is working well but I can't get the same performance as you. Can you help me make the adjustments?