Windows 10: Help. Uninstalled Samsung Nvme 960 driver. Now can’t boot to windows

Discus and support Help. Uninstalled Samsung Nvme 960 driver. Now can’t boot to windows in Windows 10 Drivers and Hardware to solve the problem; Hello. I was trying to update my NVMe 960 driver to the latest version 3.3. When I downloaded the exe file from Samsung site .. I clicked on the... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Drivers and Hardware' started by Enycer2020, Apr 7, 2020.

  1. Help. Uninstalled Samsung Nvme 960 driver. Now can’t boot to windows


    Hello. I was trying to update my NVMe 960 driver to the latest version 3.3. When I downloaded the exe file from Samsung site .. I clicked on the uninstall option and rebooted my pc. Since my OS is installed on that NVME.. I can no longer boot up to windows 10. instead it takes me to some blue setup scree menu where I can reinstall Windows, use command prompt, system restore etc..

    I should of never uninstalled but thought I needed to do that before I install the new driver version.

    Is their anyway I can install the .exe driver file via command prompt or am I out of luck and have to reinstall my entire pc

    :)
     
    Enycer2020, Apr 7, 2020
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  2. Cr00zng Win User

    Samsung 960 EVO NVMe performance...

    I've tested and I know, now, you will too... *chuckle

    Test result for the "C" drive in PE, with just Windows drivers:


    Help. Uninstalled Samsung Nvme 960 driver. Now can’t boot to windows [​IMG]


    And here's the result for the "D" drive:


    Help. Uninstalled Samsung Nvme 960 driver. Now can’t boot to windows [​IMG]


    In general, the performance differences between the two drives are the same as previously; not the values, just the difference between the two drive. Keep in mind that the test in PE did not have the Samsung NVMe driver. The MS NVME driver is pretty good, it seems....

    The next test would be swapping the drives, but I am not going there. One of the reason is that the "C" drive has a heatsink attached to it that came with the MB built-in. The other is that the results might be the same; in another word, the current performance difference would still be there, And that would be either the drive in itself, or the MB; neither of them will be changed for a 100MB/s performance difference. Besides...

    I tend to side with PolarNettles... Once the 50GBs data is dumped to the "E" drive, the chances are that its throughput performance will be similar/same as the "C" drive.

    Nonetheless, I do appreciate your suggestions/guidance, thanks...
     
    Cr00zng, Apr 7, 2020
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  3. swarfega Win User
    Samsung 960 EVO NVMe performance...

    These two screenshots show today's test and the day I got it. I've not seen that high number since then.


    Help. Uninstalled Samsung Nvme 960 driver. Now can’t boot to windows [​IMG]

    Help. Uninstalled Samsung Nvme 960 driver. Now can’t boot to windows [​IMG]
     
    swarfega, Apr 7, 2020
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  4. Cr00zng Win User

    Help. Uninstalled Samsung Nvme 960 driver. Now can’t boot to windows

    Samsung 960 EVO NVMe performance...

    My new system is based on the Asus Prime Z370-A MB, that has two PCIe (x4), M.2_1 and M.2_2. Both of the sockets are populated with Samsung SSD 960 EVO 250 GB M.2 cards.

    Windows 10 setup had selected the M.2_1 drive and installed without any issues. Windows 10 is up to date, including the patch released today, and Samsung NVMe driver installed.

    Checking the performance of the "C" drive with CrystalDisk looks good:


    Help. Uninstalled Samsung Nvme 960 driver. Now can’t boot to windows [​IMG]


    Well, until the other NVMe drive is checked that is:


    Help. Uninstalled Samsung Nvme 960 driver. Now can’t boot to windows [​IMG]


    In every category, the "E" drive performs better than the the "C" drive, especially in write performance , and it puzzles me.

    The only difference visible between the two is the used space; "C" has 47 while "E" has 7GBs used space.

    Could the disk space utilization be responsible for the different performance, or the "C" drive came with some slight factory fault(s)?

    While there are temperature differences between the two NVMe cards, the "C" drive has a heatsink and actually runs 2-4 degree cooler than the "E" drive:


    Help. Uninstalled Samsung Nvme 960 driver. Now can’t boot to windows [​IMG]


    Any advice would be appreciated, TIA...
     
    Cr00zng, Apr 7, 2020
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