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If you want, we can add an universal addition to my [email protected]_sf That's the problem with Clover. I did a clean install after I posted with the file in the drivers64UEFI folder only, so my install is now clean.
Sometimes I fail on logon or file copy but the Crystal Disk Info shows the S. But I have no courage to update the VAIO bios right away. clone my old Intel Raid-0 system and try different bootloaders), but I'll write very detailed and easy-to-use tutorial in the coming days (weeks? So far speeds are awesome, didn't even have to turn off RAID in BIOS - my "legacy" Intel RST RAID-0 works too and is even accessible from this new NVMe system, next - Samsung NVMe driver works ok, Windows 8.1 Pro seems stable, hope it will last.If your legacy BIOS does not support USB-boot, then you shouldn't stick in a PCIe SSD into your machine anyways...A good reason to install it to a SATA-device might be, that you don't have any USB-ports left or if you are using a notebook (I don't consider sticking out USB-drives as a permanent and convenient solution).Even with the original Nvm Express Dxe-64file, I'm faster than stock.p.s.Donation to Fernando sent - your effort to help so many is to be commended!I will add it as an alternative option to my guide. Softly click on "Format Disk" and wait for the magic.2c. Copy \EFI\CLOVER\drivers-Off\drivers64\Nvm Express Dxe-64.. to \EFI\CLOVER\drivers64UEFI\NOTE to Legacy BIOS users: In case that it won't work like this, copy it to both folders. You can check if the driver is loaded properly by opening the Clover-EFI-Shell and just typing "drivers". Additional: Edit \EFI\CLOVER\config.plist with your favorite Editor. @all: It is great, that booting off a PCIe/M.2 connected NVMe SSD now seems possible for nearly everyone with an old computer and a LEGACY BIOS, that means without the ability to boot in UEFI mode. Finally, I have no idea and decide to purchase a Intel 600P 256G M.2. It seems, that it's not developed actively anymore.
When it's done, check if you can see a 200MB Partition in your Windows Explorer with files in it. (This happened to me sometimes, when fooling around with different bootloader/filesystem-settings. Change the value: If possible, disable CSM or change the Storage Oprom to "UEFI only". Setup the freshly created stick as primary boot device.4b. Big additional advantage: This method does not require any BIOS modding! I think for notebookusers, usb drives are not the best solution : PMaybe use a SD-Card or SATA-device. To solve the BSOD maybe and upgrade the SSD capacity. I also referred to a discussion about the Tianocore - open source UEFI. I made a USB with tianocore and boot up while the bios set to legacy. But the risk is own by [email protected] Weird, then your BIOS/UEFI probably got whitelisted hardware. Hello folks,after hours of fiddling and studying Clover, Tianocore, DUET, UEFI, UEFI Shell, Windows Boot loader internals, other tutorial on this, etc... SUCCESS ON BOOTABLE NVME UNDER WINDOWS 8.1 PRO on my 8 years old ASUS P6T SE, Core i7 920 with SAMSUNG SM961 256GB !!!) No BIOS/UEFI-Modding needed (I used this method for a Fujitsu Workstation with Aptio V UEFI, which is currently not NVMe moddable) Easy updateable EFI.Changes to the configs can be made out of your favorite OS via text-editor.( ) You can have a Hackintosh (Don't ask me for support on this, I never intended to have one, I'm just using the EFI-Loader driver.I'm little bit confused, because you are writing about multiple ones.You want to write your own tutorial specifically for your board or legacy BIOSes in common? Greetings I used a USB flash drive with Clover in one USB 3.0 port and Win 10 Ult x64 (rufus iso) on another USB flash drive in another USB 3.0 port.Just boot a linuxbased distribution with (g)parted and wipe all partitions create a ntfs filesystem on it. @Gerson and @Claud: Welcome at Win-RAID Forum and thanks for your feedback! I mean it works with Cvads BDU, but just be careful when creating the EFI-partition. I used Rufus to create an UEFI Win10 1607 USB for installation. I tried to google the reason why not booting and leraned about Samsung XP941 is supported by SVP132 BIOS but Intel 600P is not. But I didn't find the NVME device in the Boot list and PCI device list. It can't be described what I am feeling right now to see it booting and working.