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 IPC2 mSATA SSD can not be detected in bios and OS 
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Post IPC2 mSATA SSD can not be detected in bios and OS
I have updated the bios of my IPC2 i5 4300 to the latest ,yesterday installed my mSATA ssd drive to the mSATA-PCIe slot on board.When I powered on,the new SSD drive was not detected in bios ,after booted Win10 did not find any new driver either.
I have turn the mSATA-PCIe switch to mSATA,anybody know is there some way to solve this problem?(My mSATA SSD is ok ,I have checked out.)

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Thu Feb 27, 2020 3:35 pm
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Post Re: IPC2 mSATA SSD can not be detected in bios and OS
I've tried to replicate the behavior with a similar machine without success.
Your IPC2 should automatically identify the mSATA device.
If it doesn't please try to perform an RTC reset and see if that helps.

Please see visit below to troubleshooting guide to perform an RTC reset:
http://fit-pc.com/wiki/index.php?title= ... leshooting


Thu Feb 27, 2020 4:13 pm
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Post Re: IPC2 mSATA SSD can not be detected in bios and OS
I have reset the bios by press the button on main board.But the msata is not detected .
I pluged a pcie-wlan card on the msata-pcie plot,set the bios setting to pice,OS can't detect the pcie-wan card.

So ,I think there are someting wrong in the lastest bios,maybe some R&D guy should check this. :roll:


Fri Feb 28, 2020 7:51 am
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Post Re: IPC2 mSATA SSD can not be detected in bios and OS
greenoaktree wrote:
I have reset the bios by press the button on main board.But the msata is not detected .
I pluged a pcie-wlan card on the msata-pcie plot,set the bios setting to pice,OS can't detect the pcie-wan card.

So ,I think there are someting wrong in the lastest bios,maybe some R&D guy should check this. :roll:


Can you confirm that by reverting to the previous version?


Sun Mar 01, 2020 9:31 am
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