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post #3231 of 4103
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Originally Posted by rakesh27 View Post

Guys,

Sorry to be alittle off topic... here we go....

I have m.2 Samsung Evo 850 240gb drive, my rig is the following

ASUS E WS X998 v1.0 USB3.0
Intel 5960x @ 4.6Ghz
Evo V 32gb DDR4 @ 3000Mhz Quad Channel
8 x 120gb SSD's OCZ & Kingston
8 x SATA3 HDD's various size
1 x DVD-RW/RAM Drive

This is where it gets interesting

PCI-E slot 1 = EVGA Hybrid 980 Ti
PCI-E slot 7 = 8xSATA Raid Card (Can connect upto 8 x drives)
PCI-E slot 6 = SBX Zxr Sound Card
PCI-E slot 5 = SBX Zxr Daughter Card
PCI-E slot 4 = Asus M.2 PCI-E Card

Ok so ive connected the Samsung M.2 240gb drive directly to the mobo and still drive does not show up, i brought the Asus PCI-E card that can take any size M.2 cards and i tried it this way and still the drive doesnt show in bios.

Am i doing something wrong.. this weekend i have to clean up my systerm as im upgrading my SSD's to Crucial 240Gb version i got cheap on Ebay, as i will pull my system apart also to install some lighthing, what can i do to ge this m.2 drive to work.

PS, an i correct why the drive is not showing up the m.2 from samsung is because i have too many things connected to my mobo ? should i do the following

1) Disconnect all drives and only connect the m.2, if i see it like this, install Windows, but what im scared off is when i connect everything back will i loose the m.2 drive ?

Thanks all.

It won't show in your BIOS. It will show up in windows.
Edited by jsutter71 - 7/27/16 at 3:22pm
post #3232 of 4103
You say it wont show up in bios but in Windows, ive never seen it in windows.

So does it not matter how many drives and expansion cards you have connected for the m.2 drive to be seen ?
post #3233 of 4103
USB 3.1 ports on are not working.

I am having issues with these ports. I'm trying to use them as regular USB ports. I was having a lot of issues with my USB ports in general, so I flashed he BIOS and that fixed all my USB 2.0/3.0 issues, but for some reason these ports will not work. I also reinstalled the chipset and MEI drivers. Does anyone have any thoughts who could help me?
post #3234 of 4103
Did Asus forget to add USb 3.1 driver support in the latest BIOS update? Looking through the manual it states that you have the option to enable or disable the USB 3.1 ASMedia controller. This option is no longer available. What gives?
post #3235 of 4103
Forget my last post. Just a bad case of operator error. I could swear that in the older BIOSs you could plug peripherals into the USB 3.1 slots in the back of the motherboard. I guess that is not the case anymore. Now it only allows you to plug in USB 3.0 storage devices.
post #3236 of 4103
Anyone tried a ThunderboltEX 3 card on this board (3.1 version)?

https://www.asus.com/us/Motherboard-Accessories/ThunderboltEX-3/

Probably needs the latest V 3201 BIOS to work!
post #3237 of 4103
Issue Solved



Problems Solved For ASUS X99-E WS Older Model USB3.0/3.1
V1.0 Motherboard BIOS & Non/Software Windows Drivers & Enterprise Software Upgrades



>>>>>> For ASUS X99-E WS 1.0 to USB3.0/3.1 Frist Versions Generation Motherboard BIOS updates. <<<<<<<<br />
RULES BEFORE WORKING, ALWAYS BACK UP YOUR DATA!

#1 Unplug all SATA SSD Hard Drives or HDD Hard drives or Hybrid SSD/HDD
Hard drives and unplug any PCIe SSD Cards or Intel 750 Cards and M.2 SSD/HDD Hard Drives units.

#2 Reset the BIOS to default.

#3 Install BIOS from X99-E-WS-ASUS-0801.CAP to X99-E-WS-ASUS-3201.CAP.
Example. 801> 1003> 1102> 1302> 2009> 3004> 3101> 3201.
Installed each one by one of the BIOS systems in the EZ BIOS updates under Tool from the Motherboard BIOS Setting.


:Hint: The BIOS system 3004 will Reset/Restart BIOS 3 times.


:Hint: The BIOS system 3101 will Reset/Restart 1 times.







>>>>> : COMPLETE BIOS SYSTEM FILES ALONE 57MB : <<<<<<br /> http://www.mediafire.com/download/a5attnxx56jkaz0/ASUS__X99-E_WS_BIOS_Systems.zip

>>>>> : COMPLETE BIOS SYSTEM FILES WITH NON/SOFTWARE WINDOWS <>ENTERPISE/PRO/7/8.1<> 32BIT/64BIT DRIVER 876MB : <<<<<<br /> http://www.mediafire.com/download/07l1bksd08zapos/ASUS_BIOS_%26_Windows_Drivers_Supplies.zip


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Is it worth upgrading to the newest bios?
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Is it worth upgrading to the newest bios?


Oh yes very much a lot more stability faster windows UFFI and Boot up times and unity that are more feasible, all the futures & setting works fine. Plus New firmware upgrades from the individual into the hardware. SO big reason you need to go in order from all the BIOS.
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Oh yes very much a lot more stability faster windows UFFI and Boot up times and unity that are more feasible, all the futures & setting works fine. Plus New firmware upgrades from the individual into the hardware. SO big reason you need to go in order from all the BIOS.

Thanks! I'll do it ASAP! cheers.gif
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