I have an Intel SSD 660p 1TB m.2 installed and so far works perfectly fine, but if I update to the latest drivers the system won't boot up and will keep restarting after loading BIOS. Is there any solution for this?
I rather doubt that this has anything to do with the 660p drive itself, but we really don't have enough information (hell, don't have any; you've told us diddly-squat) to come to any conclusion.
Please download and run the Intel System Support Utility for Windows. Upload and attach the report file generated to your response message using the paperclip icon (which appears below the edit box). In this response, indicate which driver updates cause the issue to appear.
Hope this helps
Thanks for your quick answers and sorry for not really explaining myself😅
The system is working fine as it's been restored. I don't know what is causing this to happen, but as soon as I restart my computer after installing the latest SSD drivers (184.108.40.2063), it just won't pass the BIOS boot screen (or whatever the name is) and will keep restarting.
Attached is the SSU report, as asked.
Why are you loading SSD drivers at all? SSD Drivers are built into Windows 10 and updated drivers are really not necessary (and indeed may be incompatible with Ryzen-based systems).
Did that and only thing I got was a corrupted Bios and Windows so had to restore system once again😂 I guess I'll just stop messing around with this. Thanks anyway!