Question adding NVME to bios Intel DQ77MK

audiolover

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May 6, 2020
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Hello,

Can anyone help me with this? I want to buy an add-on PCIe X4 NVME M2 card and boot my Windows 10 from it. I see so many different success and disaster stories that I am worried I cannot do it myself.
I have a copy of the original bios. Also, when I buy say a Gigabyte M2 NVME card, do I need a specific driver or file for that specific brand/type NVME to go into the bios or will adding NVME support simply allow every make/model?
 

VirtualLarry

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There's a UEFI bootloader that allows you to boot off of an NVMe drive, using a USB flash drive, called "Clover".

There's also the "Win-RAID forums", with a "BIOS mod to add NVMe support". The owner of those forums, posts here too, he has a cow avatar I think.
 

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