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Yes, and it is connected to the motherboard into the PD129 port.

 

Cable has two sides: System and Add-In card

 

System side of the cable is plugged in PD129 port (TBT1),

Add-in card side of the cable is plugged in the TBolt card.

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Hi,

 

I reinstalled the system, and I have the same problem. 😞

 

So I guess there is something wrong with drivers, BIOS and HP.

 

Greetings.

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Hi,

 

I found the solution: Install latest SATA ASCI driver from:

https://www.catalog.update.microsoft.com/Search.aspx?q=sata

 

Intel Corporation - SCSIAdapter - 17.9.2.1013

 

Go to Device Manager and manually update drivers from the computer.

 

DriversDrivers

 

 

Thank you for your support.

 

Greetings.

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huh?...... the Intel Corporation - SCSIAdapter - 17.9.2.1013 is the intel RSTe (enterprise) driver for the onboard "SCU" sata ports

 

https://www.intel.com/content/dam/support/us/en/documents/ssdc/ssd-software/Intel_RSTe_NVMe_for_Wind...

 

but the picture you show (which was the unknown SCSI device in your previous post) is a asmedia 106x chipset which is natively supported under windows 10 with it's built in driver

 

so are you saying installing the intel RSTe driver resolved a driver conflict on the Asmedia device?

 

last, the Intel RSTe driver MUST BE UPDATED USING THE INCLUDED INSTALLER PROGRAM, forcing a driver update via device manager can cause weird issues, read the RSTe install guide for more info

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