Hi xCristii ,
I have almost same issue with MSI B150 Gaming M3 Motherboard , I have updated BIOS to newest possible version but I assume the issue will be in BIOS settings where you have to change a few settings. Try this video it may will help you how to set it up https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=THwvw0RFoow my bios settings for an M.2 drive nvme 950 pro - YouTube .
hope it will help you
I've reviewed the specs for your laptop, and everything says that yes, it should be supported. However it is up to your laptop manufacturer to confirm hardware compatibility. You may also need to work with them for the proper BIOS settings for your laptop to support the PCIe* NVMe* interface.
We would like to recommend making sure that your BIOS is up to date:
- https://www.asus.com/ROG-Republic-Of-Gamers/ROG-GL752VW/HelpDesk_Download/ ASUS* ROG GL752VW* Downloads
Additionally, you may find the following links helpful:
- http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/solid-state-drives/000022378.html Frequently Asked Questions for Intel® SSD 600p Series
- http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/solid-state-drives/000023002.html?wapkw=installation%... Installation Guide for Intel® Solid State Drive 6 Series
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We hope this information helps.
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