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I am trying to install an SSD drive and Windows 10 in a Z210 workstation. No problems detecting the drive or installing, but once the device tries to boot with the SSD the following error is shown.

 

"1798- Hard drive with hardware encryption enabled detected while in RAID mode. Drive: SATA0 (Dark Blue). Drives that are using hardware encryption should not be included in RAID volumes. Using them may cause volume corruption and unpredictable behavior."

 

I can F1 and continue into the OS no problem. Are there settings that need to be set to not receive this error?

 

Drive is a Crucial MX300.

 

Thanks!

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you mention the drive maker/model, i suspect the SSD has onboard hardware encrytion option that is enabled

 

download the drive makers utilty and turn off the encryption (this may require a reinstall of windows)

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Hi I found the solution by accident.  Go into BIOS -> Storage -> Storage Options

Change sata emulation from" Raid+AHCI" to "IDE"

Hit F5 to save changes

 

Just for giggles try and switch sata emulation  back to "RAID + AHCI"

 

A warning message about OPAL appears....  Do not hit ok or F5....

 

Hope this helps someone

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