Windows 10: New ssd

Discus and support New ssd in Windows 10 Drivers and Hardware to solve the problem; Hi I have installed my new ssd i can not see it in disk manager. but I can see it in device manager. the problem is i can not get a pool made.... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Drivers and Hardware' started by Oliverjr93, Jan 12, 2021.

  1. New ssd


    Hi

    I have installed my new ssd i can not see

    it in disk manager. but I can see it in

    device manager. the problem is i can not

    get a pool made. have tried updating

    driver and have also tried uninstalling

    and reinstalling it?


    Thanks

    :)
     
    Oliverjr93, Jan 12, 2021
    #1

  2. New windows 10 installtion on New SSD - wont boot unless old SSD present

    It seems you installed Windows while the both SSDs were connected. This would have caused your current problem. Maybe it is sufficient to do this:

    1. Launch the Disk Manager.
    2. Right-click drive C:, then mark it as "active".
    3. Shut down Windows
    4. Open the BIOS and tell it that the new SSD is the primary boot device.
    5. Disconnect the old SSD.
    6. Boot up normally.

    If this does not work then you might have to do this:

    1. Disconnect the old SSD.
    2. Re-install Windows on the new SSD, using the Media Creation Tool.
     
    Frederik Long, Jan 12, 2021
    #2
  3. JhakeSong Win User
    Difficulties installing a new SSD

    Hi RalphBrands,

    Thank you for reaching back. I am sorry to hear that the steps didn't work for you. Let's try the following steps to see if this solves the issue.

    It's possible that the drive has write protection, (If the drive has write protection, we can't do changes to it.) we can try to remove it by running these commands:

    1) Press the Win+R keys on your keyboard to open the Run box.

    2) Type diskpart -> press Enter to run it.

    3) Inside the diskpart environment -> type and run each of these commands by pressing Enter.

    4) Type list disk -> press Enter.

    5) Identify your SSD in the list -> type select disk X -> press Enter (where X is the name of your SSD).

    6) Run the command attributes disk clear readonly.

    7) Wait for the process to complete

    Next is to attempt to format your new SSD inside Diskpart

    Run the commands in order below:

    1) list disk

    2) select disk n (n is the disk number you wish to format)

    3) clean

    4) create partition primary

    5) format fs=ntfs quick

    6) assign letter=x (x is the drive letter you wish the assign for the drive)

    Hope this helps. Let me know so I can further assist you. Have a great day!
     
    JhakeSong, Jan 12, 2021
    #3
  4. Rhen Pal Win User

    New ssd

    USB not recognized after startup with new SSD

    Hi,

    Please answer the following:

    • Which version of Windows 10 are you using?
    • Aside from installing a new SSD, were there any updates made to your device prior to this issue?

    We suggest that we check for system file corruption, check this
    link
    for more information.

    Regards.
     
    Rhen Pal, Jan 12, 2021
    #4
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