I bought a MSI Modern 14 B11MO-079XES but trying to install w10 doesn't recognice the ssd

raverlo159a02e5

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hello!
I bought a MSI Modern 14 B11MO-079XES but trying to install w10 doesn't recognice the ssd...
can't find the correct drivers for the ssd, i guess are sata controllers right?

hope someone can help me out :)))
i was happy wiht my new laptop...but still headache :p
thanks for your help and time
have a nice day/night
 

raverlo159a02e5

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when u enter the bios on
Main/storage information:
PCIE SSD - kingston OM8PCP....
512.1GB


On advanced
Sata Mode Selection - AHCI
(only offers AHCI no sata mode)
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so I gues bio is detecting it.
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the problem is when installation
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I guess is something about SATA controllers?
 

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when u enter the bios on
Main/storage information:
PCIE SSD - kingston OM8PCP....
512.1GB


On advanced
Sata Mode Selection - AHCI
(only offers AHCI no sata mode)
View attachment 162700
so I gues bio is detecting it.
View attachment 162701
the problem is when installation
View attachment 162704
I guess is something about SATA controllers?
From you information, BIOS detects the SSD. Did you replace the SSD?
If not, it might not be related to SSD compatibility issue.
If you had changed the BIOS setting, I recommend you change back to default setting and check again.
 

raverlo159a02e5

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From you information, BIOS detects the SSD. Did you replace the SSD?
If not, it might not be related to SSD compatibility issue.
If you had changed the BIOS setting, I recommend you change back to default setting and check again.
I didnt replace anything. the computer is brand new. sold by msi , and distributed by amazon.
here you have the link:
 

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I didnt replace anything. the computer is brand new. sold by msi , and distributed by amazon.
here you have the link:
Just install your SSD in an enclosure and format it with another computer when on the USB port.
Once you formatted it, install back in to your laptop then try to install from the bootable USB drive, Windows 10.
 

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Just install your SSD in an enclosure and format it with another computer when on the USB port.
Once you formatted it, install back in to your laptop then try to install from the bootable USB drive, Windows 10.
this worked out :) i wonder why the ssd didnt work inside my new laptop :(( thanks all for your help...
 

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this worked out :) i wonder why the ssd didnt work inside my new laptop :(( thanks all for your help...
FreeDOS maybe doesn't use the same format parameters than Windows, so formatting the drive with a Windows laptop made it readable by Windows 10.
 

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Also, in general, make sure your Win10 installation USB drive was created with the latest Media Creation Tool from this link.
If you use an old Win10 installer, a lot of drivers won't install later, because they require a current Win10 version (Win10 21H2 or newer).
 
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