When booting, the BIOS is unable to detect my Samsung 950 Pro, therefore not booting from it.
After some time it is detected, and I can set it as the first in the boot order in BIOS, and the system boots normally. (It is moved to the second priority when detected)
Anything I can do, so the drive is detected right when I power my computer?
- Name: NVMe Samsung SSD 950
- Firmware: 1B0QBXX7 (Latest, according to Samsung Magician) Driver:
- Latest download from Samsung website
- Name: Gigabyte Z97X-Gaming 3
- Firmware: F5 (05/30/2014)
- Name: Windows 10 Pro
- Build: 14965 (Insider Preview)
EDIT I have updated my Motherboard firmware to F7. This does not solve the problem, but it seems like it has helped it a bit. It does not feel as the time for it to detect the drive is as long as it was before.