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Meine Festplatte lässt sich nicht mehr mit Intel Optane verbinden

DKord1
Beginner
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Hallo,

 

Als ich mir Intel Optane gekauft habe, ging alles fein, jedoch nach einiger zeit musste ich mir eine neue Festplatte zulegen und sie lässt sich nicht verbinden bzw. lässt sich nicht aktivieren.

 

Danke im voraus.

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LeonWaksman
Super User
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  1. Your Optane Memory is still assigned to the old HDD (you probably didn't disable the enablement before replacing with the new HDD).
  2. The enablement can be disabled in BIOS (depends on the BIOS):

open the BIOS

Settings>> Advanced >>Intel Rapid Storage Technology

Select Intel PCIe (Optane module with serial number) >> Select Reset to non Optane

Save changes and boot to Windows again.

Open Optane application in order to enable again the Optane™ module

OR

3. by erasing/wiping the Optane memory form DISKPART prompt:

Open an Administrator Command Prompt (write Command Prompt in search box).

Type "diskpart" and press enter.

Type "list disk" to display a list of your connected storage devices. Here you should be able to see your memory module, note the disk number.

Type "Select Disk x" and press enter. Make sure to replace "x" to match the disk number displayed for your Optane module.

Type "Clean all" and press enter. This process may take several minutes. You will not see a progress bar, but a blinking cursor. Once the command completes you

may close command prompt.

 

Leon

 

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LeonWaksman
Super User
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  1. Your Optane Memory is still assigned to the old HDD (you probably didn't disable the enablement before replacing with the new HDD).
  2. The enablement can be disabled in BIOS (depends on the BIOS):

open the BIOS

Settings>> Advanced >>Intel Rapid Storage Technology

Select Intel PCIe (Optane module with serial number) >> Select Reset to non Optane

Save changes and boot to Windows again.

Open Optane application in order to enable again the Optane™ module

OR

3. by erasing/wiping the Optane memory form DISKPART prompt:

Open an Administrator Command Prompt (write Command Prompt in search box).

Type "diskpart" and press enter.

Type "list disk" to display a list of your connected storage devices. Here you should be able to see your memory module, note the disk number.

Type "Select Disk x" and press enter. Make sure to replace "x" to match the disk number displayed for your Optane module.

Type "Clean all" and press enter. This process may take several minutes. You will not see a progress bar, but a blinking cursor. Once the command completes you

may close command prompt.

 

Leon

 

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