The Intel® SSD 535 Series is designed for current systems and includes low power consumption features; some older computers require additional configuration, or may not be compatible with the drive. This may be the case with these systems, since you mentioned that the drives worked fine in a different PC.
Here are a few things you can check:
- Use Intel® Solid State Drive Toolbox or Intel® SSD Firmware Update Tool and make sure that the drives have updated firmware.
- Check the PC BIOS and Disable Secure Boot, as well as Fast Boot or other similar technologies.
If the issue persists at this point, we advise you to Contact Support, so one of our agents can provide further options.
Both the motherboard and SSD are running the latest firmware.h
The motherboard's chipset is the Intel Q77 chipset which should be compatible with the SSD. This problem is very strange I believe.
I also tried disabling Secure Boot as well with no success.