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Discus and support Win10 on a Nvme in Windows 10 Ask Insider to solve the problem; I trying to clone win 10 with Macrium reflect ok the drive with win 10 is a old 600Gb HD not SSD the new drive is a Nvme 500Gb. I had to cut out 80Gb... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Ask Insider' started by /u/yanceycat, Sep 16, 2020 at 2:52 PM.

  1. Win10 on a Nvme


    I trying to clone win 10 with Macrium reflect ok the drive with win 10 is a old 600Gb HD not SSD the new drive is a Nvme 500Gb. I had to cut out 80Gb out of the Nvme to hold the image this is drive F the rest of the Nvme is drive G . I made the image have it on (F) but when i try to restore it to (G) it say I don't have room the image is 57Gb. how do I get the image on to (G) ?, the Nvme is a Kingston .

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    /u/yanceycat, Sep 16, 2020 at 2:52 PM
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  2. xkm1948 Win User

    Migrating Win10 to NVMe SSD

    I am going to migrate my Win10 to my NVMe SSD. Installation wise there should be no problem. However I cannot seem to be able to erase the old Windows 10 on the SATA SSD. If I boot from USB Win10 Installation media it only ask me whether I want to repair the SATA SSD Win10 or not. Any ideas on how to complete erase the SSD that currently have Win10 on it? I tried sanitize drive and PSID revert in Win10, neither would work. The SATA SSD is Crucial MX200.
     
  3. xkm1948 Win User
    Migrating Win10 to NVMe SSD

    I am going to try what you suggested. I just tried using Linux Mint boot cd to hopefully erase the SSD. Unfortunately there seems to be some sort of encryption on the SATA SSD that prevents Linux from managing the SSD. Funny thing is I never used bitlocker on the SATA SSD.
     
  4. Win10 on a Nvme

    Windows 10 installer don't detect NVMe drive

    I have 2 drives:

    • disk1 (SATA SSD, with Ubuntu 16.04)
      • partition1 (sda1: flag /boot)
      • partition2 (sda2: flag /home, encrypted by LUKS)
    • disk2 (NVMe SSD)

    So, the goal is to install Windows 10 on disk2 and boot it from GRUB (which is on sda1).

    What is the problem ?

    In disk-choose step, disk2 is missing. However Ubuntu 14.04 installer "see" this disk, so I assume that is software issue, rather than my hardware.

    What I tried to solve this problem ?

    • loaded Samsung NVMe drivers from this thread
    • patched Windows image using DISM tool by adding 2 updates. I followed this guide
    • tried to run Windows 10 installed on USB stick to install it

    All of them failed.

    Please help me to solve this issue.
     
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