As we understand your computer is no longer booting up if you enable Hyper-V services, however if it is disabled the system will boot normally to the OS. We do know for sure the SSD is running fine, however about the services you activated we have not tested that here.
Do you have the latest BIOS version installed in the motherboard?
We will try to test that here, this may take some time, but it could be just some settings that need to adjusted.
We will be testing here, it may take some time but we really want to make sure if there is any settings we need to change.
We will keep you posted.
The following drivers have installed.
from Intel download site
Intel(R) Solid-State Drive P3700/P3600/P3500/750 Series 184.108.40.2067
from ASUS support site (https://www.asus.com/jp/Motherboards/SABERTOOTH-Z170-MARK-1/HelpDesk_Download/)
Intel(R) Chipset Software Installation Utility V10.1.1.13 for Windows 10 64bit (WHQL) (http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/misc/utils/Intel_Chipset_Win7-81-10_64bit_V101113.zip?_ga=1.238119872.1183102783.1461910296)
Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology Driver Software V220.127.116.112 for Windows 10 64bit(WHQL) (http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/misc/sata/IRST_Win7-81-10_V14801042.zip?_ga=1.6406514.1183102783.1461910296)
The firmware of Intel SSD 750 is updated to 8EV10174.
The physical sector size is changed to 4096 (Does 750 ssd allow changing physical sector size between 512 and 4k?).
Thanks for your reply. It seems all drivers were updated, which it is recommended. We have not seen this kind of situations before, for this matter we suggest to contact Microsoft* and Asus* in order to determine the root of cause for the system to not boot up, this since the SSD we know it does work fine.
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Jake Oshins say that
First, we're not supporting Discrete Device Assignment in Hyper-V in Windows 10. Only Server versions of Windows support this.
So, Windows 10 with Hyper-V on Intel SSD 750 PCI-E is not supported.