RAID Option is missing in bios (MSI GT75 7RF )

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  1. ahabaz

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    Dear
    I already purchased new gt75 titan pro . I replaced the orginal ssd (Toshiba) with 2 ssd (Samsung 960 pro nvme m.2 PCI.E) 512 for both when I trying to create raid volume the sata mode has only AHCI and Intel RST Premium options and of course intel rapid technology does not recognized the 2 ssds . although they are delectable in windows and bios .I performed the recovery from USB and system now in Ssd ( disk0) and the other disk is empty and HDD has the recovery partition

    Note : I updated the bios before I created the backup and before the installation of new 2 SSDs

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    Any one can help me please

    Thanks
     
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    Thanks sir , how can i perform the install ?
     
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    if you install from a usb stick save the F6 driver on it. it is the easiest way.
    set your raid in the bios and go to save and reset.
    the gt should start from the usb stick to start the installation of windows 10.
    when you are at the overview for the installation on the HDD or SSD the you can find an point to load your drivers do this and choose the usb stick and find the folder where the driver is in then press ok and the driver installation will start.

    after this the ssd`s will be displayed in the overview for installation.
     
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