I had Optane working correctly. However, I didn't disable it before reinstalling my Windows 10.
Now both Windows and BIOS cannot detect the Optane module. Attached below is the error message from Optane UI and info from disk management tool (translated from Chinese, it displays only the 2T HDD partition info (disk 0), Optane is not detected here).
I searched posts and found this discussion , I think I have the same problem, but I don't find where in the BIOS to reset Optane.
1. Open your UEFI BIOS Utility.
2. Switch to "Advanced Mode" by pressing the F7 key.
3. Go to the "Advanced" tab.
4. Scroll down to "Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology" and enter.
5. Select your Optane(TM) module. May display as something along the lines of "PCIe 1.0, Intel MEMPEK1W0......", enter.
6. Under "Disk Actions:" there should be an option to "Reset to non-Optane." This option will reset your module and allow you to detect and enable it again.
Once you have followed these steps, you will be able to restart your computer and enable system acceleration once again. If you have any issues along the way, or if your issue is resolved, please let us know.
i have followed these instructions but there is a warning saying
"This disk is detected as 1 of the 2 disks paired in an Optane volume.
Before proceeding it is recommended that you recombine this disk with its partner disk if possible. Only proceed if you intend to delete all the data on BOTH disks. If you continue to reset this disk to non-Optane without recommended recombination, you will not only delete all the data on this disk but you must also reset its optane parter disk which will delete all the data on that dick too. Are you sure you want to continue?" "Yes or No"
What should I do here?
Thank you in advance