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NVME M.2 SSD in HP ELITE 8300 SMALL FORM FACTOR via NVME ADAPTER to PCIE slot.

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HP ELITE 8300 SMALL FORM FACTOR
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Questions-

1) NVME M.2 SSD will work on any pcie slots via NVME to PCIE Adapter? And it'll work on any of the pcie slots available?

 

2) Can i able to boot OS from the NVME M.2 SSD or in other words HP ELITE 8300 SFF motherboard's pcie slots supports booting of OS? 

 

Thanks for your help in Advance 🙂 

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your system will not support nvme boot as it lacks the required bios code for this (it will work as a data drive)

 

your only possible solution for your nvme drive is a software bootloader such as DUET/REFIND or clover, search this forum for duet/refind posts

 

personally i now recommend a simple SATA ssd as a boot drive over the software nvme loaders for most people, however if you want to boot from nvme on a 8300 elite the software nvme boot loader is a cost effective option

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DGroves
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your system will not support nvme boot as it lacks the required bios code for this (it will work as a data drive)

 

your only possible solution for your nvme drive is a software bootloader such as DUET/REFIND or clover, search this forum for duet/refind posts

 

personally i now recommend a simple SATA ssd as a boot drive over the software nvme loaders for most people, however if you want to boot from nvme on a 8300 elite the software nvme boot loader is a cost effective option

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