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Hello, 

I've purchased a HP Pro tower 290 G9 and i removed the HDD and installed an SSD (Team group MP33 M.2 PCIe SSD)

I proceed to install the windows 10 operating system but the installation media cant detect the installed SSD. i checked the bios and dont seem to detect the SSD either. 

I checked compatibility both the mother board and the ssd should be compatible (M.2 2280).

So i would like for someone to explain the occurrent issue if possible .

 

Edit: (note) i have 2 Setups and they both have the same issue

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Hi:

 

See if this works to get W10 to see the NVMe SSD:

 

I have zipped up and attached below, the Intel storage controller drivers that I hope work for Windows to find the hard drive.

 

Copy the 5 files from the F6/VMD/f6vmdflpy-x64 folder to a USB flash drive.

iastorvd.cat

iastorvd.inf

iastorvd.sys

rstmweventlogmsg.dll

rstmwservice.exe

 

Have the flash drive and your W11 installation media plugged into USB ports.

 

Boot from the W11 installation flash drive.

 

When you get to the screen where no drives can be found, click on the Load driver option, browse to the flash drive with the storage controller drivers on it.

 

If you check the box, it will only include the compatible driver.

 

Click Next and if those are the right drivers W11 should find the drive and install.

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HP Recommended

Hi:

 

See if this works to get W10 to see the NVMe SSD:

 

I have zipped up and attached below, the Intel storage controller drivers that I hope work for Windows to find the hard drive.

 

Copy the 5 files from the F6/VMD/f6vmdflpy-x64 folder to a USB flash drive.

iastorvd.cat

iastorvd.inf

iastorvd.sys

rstmweventlogmsg.dll

rstmwservice.exe

 

Have the flash drive and your W11 installation media plugged into USB ports.

 

Boot from the W11 installation flash drive.

 

When you get to the screen where no drives can be found, click on the Load driver option, browse to the flash drive with the storage controller drivers on it.

 

If you check the box, it will only include the compatible driver.

 

Click Next and if those are the right drivers W11 should find the drive and install.

HP Recommended

Thank you very much, It worked like a charm. The drivers were installed easily and the SSD was available afterwards.

Much appreciated 

HP Recommended

You're very welcome.

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