I had to install Windows 10 on an M.2 NVMe SSD, and after some research I found that I needed to change the Memory Controller in the BIOS from
Intel RST Premium to
AHCI in order for the NVMe drive to be recognised as an available drive when booting from Win10 installation media on a USB flash drive.
The Win10 installation was successful, however, when I change the Memory Controller setting back to
Intel RST Premium, Win10 boots into the Troubleshooting/Repair screen and cannot boot.
Have I gone about this the wrong way?
Is there a better way to install Windows 10 on an M.2 NVMe SSD without the need to change the Memory Controller setting in the BIOS?
Many thanks in advance for your time and advice.
Intel RST Premium, I figured that this was the 'correct' setting for the hardware and in my ignorance feared that I would not see the benefit of the NVMe SSD with the Memory Controller set to