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Jarhead0331:
Although the GPU seems to be functioning normally now, I've had another strange glitch crop up. It involves the new SSD I installed internally.

The issue is this...when doing a cold boot, the SSD is not detected. I then do a warm boot and the SSD is there and functioning normally. I'm pretty confident this has to do with a Bios setting or boot issue, I just can't really figure out what it is or what to adjust.

I read an interesting article on the Seagate site that said sometimes this is caused by the MOBO booting too fast, before the SSD can come online.  Seagate recommends disabling quick boot or adding a boot delay of less than 5 seconds. However, I can't see any option to do either in the Bios settings.

I can live with this, but ideally would like to have it solved.

Any ideas?

al_infierno:
I'd try googling your MOBO with something like "bios disable quick boot" and try that out.  I went ahead and did that anyways because the SSD will sometimes boot up too fast for me to even catch the splash screen and enter the BIOS in the first place.  :buck2:

Jarhead0331:

--- Quote from: al_infierno on May 06, 2021, 01:57:16 PM ---I'd try googling your MOBO with something like "bios disable quick boot" and try that out.  I went ahead and did that anyways because the SSD will sometimes boot up too fast for me to even catch the splash screen and enter the BIOS in the first place.  :buck2:

--- End quote ---

Yup. Already did that. Didn't come up with anything useful.

EDIT: Wait! May have found something...

Jarhead0331:
It is very strange...none of the advanced options relating to fast boot that the MSI documentation says should be in the Bios are actually there where the manual says they should be...very frustrating.

You don't think this issue could be power related do you? I mean, after a warm reboot, the SSD is there every time and it is not like it comes and goes. Its just that cold boot where it does not get detected.

WallysWorld:
Maybe this? It's a long shot as it pertains to HDD's though, but worth a try if you have that option in your BIOS.

Computer won't boot or drive is not detected after cold boot, but is after warm boot or reset.

Whoops! I see you already tried that.

Unfortunately most websites about your issue talk about an issue with the drive itself or even the PSU. 

But one guy even fixed his issue by getting a different displayport cable: Cold boot drive issue fixed by new DP cable

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