No bootable storage detected from BIOS or Windows.
My Lenovo Yoga 900-13ISK2 is unable to detect its original Samsung NVMe PCIe M.2 drive. I'm certain the drive is working fine because I’ve tested it in another computer and everything was peachy. I’m not certain why this laptop can’t seem to pick it up.
I was able to boot into a portable Windows 10 flash drive on the laptop without issue. My plan here was to install a newer version of the BIOS because from what I’ve been reading this laptop sets up the drives in RAID mode which I was curious if that could be the issue. It seems like it’s lost the driver for the SSD though more than likely. I can’t install a newer version of the BIOS from a flash drive (shocker?) so I’m not really sure how to proceed from here with troubleshooting.
I’ve tried another drive in the laptop as well, a WD Blue NAND SSD drive, I’m not super familiar with NAND drives, but I’m guessing they’re compatible with the laptop’s NVMe PCIe port.
Does anyone know more about this issue? Every time I try to get more information I’m hit with a bunch of useless Lenovo websites or something about people being upset that they couldn’t install Linux due to the RAID setting. Any and all help is appreciated!
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