Should be compatible with Win10 and B450, I see em on ebay all of the time, I think that they are only sold OEM.Toshiba THNSN5512GPUK
It should be an OEM take-off. What can u guys tell me about this?
Is it compatible with windows 10 and my Aorus b450 wifi pro?
Its probably not a top performer, but what nvme m.2 would it compare to?
i dont even know what a scratch disc is lol. Yea perhaps i'll put steam and all steam games on the 840 evo.I would use the Toshiba NVMe as boot / OS drive, use the HDD as games storage, and then use the Samsung 840 Evo as a "select" games storage, or as a "Scratch disk" for Photoshop/Lightroom, if you're into that sort of thing.
I think this is the start of the dance through something like 3 levels of menus before you get to the option to boot into Safe Mode. This shows up after ~3 failed attempts to boot from a drive that's not there. Look for "more options" and "repair" kind of choices to find your way through the menus, which will include a step of rebooting to get to yet another menu.saying something like windows didn't load correctly, here's your options: continue to windows 10,restart,shut down (iirc)
the bios and windows def see the drive. i see it there and can even move it into the #1 boot drive. I also saw it in windows right away with all my friends old data on it before i reformatted it in windows and did macrium reflect. i also ran a quick AS SSD benchmark on it. Speeds were good.Go into the BIOS and see if the BIOS sees the drive, first. If it sees it, then boot into it. If it doesn't boot, something is wrong with the image.
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