The prodesk came with a 1TB spinning drive. I want to add a M.2 512GB SSD to the system as the primary boot / system drive, and leave the 1TB as a secondary drive. I've installed the drive but I don't see it listed in BIOS, and Windows 10 installation doesn't see it either (although it may need to load a driver and I don't see anything suitable for that in the drivers page for this model).
I created a USB windows 10 recovery disk using the cloud recovery creation tool; oddly, there wasn't an entry in that software for the Prodesk 600 G3 SFF; there was for the mini-tower so I picked that.
Anything I need to do to make the system see the M.2 drive?
You need either disable ‘Legacy Support’ setting in the BIOS option 'Secure Boot Configuration' or set to 'UEFI Only' in the BIOS option 'Storage Option ROMs'. ( Otherwise you'll see the notification 'Not bootable device' ).
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