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AnthonXRC

20 months ago

i have a msi gaming plus motherboard and a 960 evo. when i turn on fstboot my computer can not find the 960 to boot from

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  • 20 months ago
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Read the manual.

As far as I know fast boot does not initialize the drives properly, leaves it to a later stage to reduce boot times (it has to be initialized later though).

I don't use this feature, so I'm not sure how to have (some sort of) fast boot while the NVMe drive is still initialized to start the OS from. I'd say google around a bit.

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