Can't get Corsair Force MP400 SSD to work in GS65 Stealth Thin -laptop. Combability issue?

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  1. kko

    kko Notebook Enthusiast

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    I'm at the PC repair shop.
    The BIOS shows that both the Linux and Win10 boot from the Samsung SSD.
    But both the Samsung and WD have an EFI partition. So I'm a little confused.

    We just removed the WD and try to boot with the Samsung only.
     
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    kko Notebook Enthusiast

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    It booted successfully to Win10 login screen without the WD SSD. Now putting in the Corsair SSD.
     
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    Goes into boot loop when the Corsair is in. But at least it booted from a USB drive. Using Linux USB boot to check what drives are visible.
     
  4. NeXt3R

    NeXt3R Notebook Evangelist

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    and is possitible see bios ?

    edit
    or here is some "usefully" domains
    f2 + Lalt + Rshift + Rctrl -admin mode ,.,.hotkey in bios

    BOOT/SATA SUPPORT
    ADVANCED/PCH-IO/SATA CONFIGURATION
    ADVANCED/NVME CONFIGURATION


    but must be visible in bios .,,.or BASIC SETUP- try SATA CONTROLER "AHCI"
     
  5. kko

    kko Notebook Enthusiast

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    Nope, Linux USB stick boot crashes, and Win10 USB boot stick doesn't work (just goes into boot loop).
    Can't even access bios... It shows the MSI logo, and after a few bootloop iterations the logo is accompanied with "repair mode" text.
    I have "Fast boot" disabled though.
    Now we replaced the Corsair SSD with additional SSD that the repair shop had, and it boots fine to windows.
     
  6. NeXt3R

    NeXt3R Notebook Evangelist

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    booloop .,,.on MSI splash screen ??

    windows usb / CMD "shift + f10"
    diskpart
     
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    or you only had the wrong piece ,.,.or bad FW inside

    edit ,,.removed bad info
     
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    kko Notebook Enthusiast

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    Yeah the bootloop only shows the MSI splash screen.
     
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    NeXt3R Notebook Evangelist

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    MSI support can also be a problem !! old RST ROM / NVME driver in BIOS
    these 4TB nvme are modern
     
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    Can installing Samsung nvme drivers or the RST drivers on windows affect booting to bios in any way? I'm guessing no...
     
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