Last week while i was installing new ram and booting up the computer, the system came up with "no boot device not found". So i re downloaded windows 10 from another computer to install again. When it came to picking a hard drive to install it, it was not detecting the internal hard drive. I had made sure that the sata and power cable was plugged in. Restarted the computer to boot up the BIOS. i had a looked on advance settings and found intel rapid storage technology. clicked on that to see that my hard drive was RAID . After that i changed the hard drive from RAID to non-RAID to see if would help. Saved the changed and re booted the computer to install windows 10. When it came to installing windows 10, it found my hard drive.
Re downloaded Intel rapid storage technology to see if i can enable Optane memory but it is greyed out. So what can i do?
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Based on your description, what you need to do is to clean the module's data so that you can enable it again from the application.
Since the module was not disabled properly from the application, but from BIOS, the module still have data from the previous OS which is preventing you to re-enable it after the OS re-installation.
In order to erase the data, please follow these steps:
Let me know if after doing this you can enable it from the application.
I'll be waiting for your response.
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