07-13-2020 01:17 PM
07-13-2020 02:03 PM
07-15-2020 07:49 AM
You may want to explain exactly what you are trying to do.. You don't want to use Secure Boot or you want to install in the Legacy mode?
NVMe in the Bios provides a driver during boot for a NVMe drive. If you don't to use it, you can add the SATA drivers during an install...
07-15-2020 04:08 PM
I want to do exactly what i said: to disable NVME in bios to keep system i am booting from live-cd isolated. So your solution is not to use NVME ? How the heck i was supposed to know, before buying NVME and motherboard. When it is pretty basic feature. It was always possible to disable disks in bios, so i didn't thought, that would be a problem... Besides you never know what issues turn up, before buying new pc. You can't check for everything, besides you won't find some problems, unless you know what you are looking for. Which you can't know, before buying it...
Besides you won't find certain info, even in manuals, official website and reviews. I read all of these and didn't hear about this issue.
07-18-2020 07:57 AM
You really aren't explaining yourself as well as you think you are.
07-18-2020 10:36 AM
07-18-2020 11:01 AM
Are you kidding me? Are you trolling me right now? Do you speak english? I want to do exactly what i mean...
I W A N T T O D I S A B L E N V M E I N B I O S
Btw do you know, that you can disable sata disks in BIOS? I want to do same thing with nvme.............
07-26-2020 02:53 AM
We are not trolling you. We want to know what your setup is. Give us scenarios. "Isolating two system"? What do you mean by that? where is the OS installed? Do you want the ability to boot in to two different drives independently without each OS knowing the other drive exists by turning off NVMe or SATA completely (kind of like having two separate isolated computers in one where it's physically and virtually impossible to hack)? What you are explaining to us is way to broad.
With todays motherboards, you can turn off the native NVMe driver, but that is it.
Well guess what? You can't do that.
Deal with it. And maybe try listening to what other people are trying to ask you instead of acting elitist, entitled, fat and lazy.
07-26-2020 04:30 AM
08-25-2020 08:20 AM
Sadly the answer is no (for now). The only option in this situation is creating a virtual machine, which is better than having to buy two separate PCs. In a virtual machine, you can completely hide any host hard drive as if it were turned off in the BIOS. You do this by not enabling the functionality. Hope this helps for now.
The virtual machine software called Hyper-V is built in to Windows 10 Pro and needs to be enabled if you want to use it. And of course, you need a copy of Windows.