1. Ensure that your Bios setting are set to defaults (press F9 and "Y", press F10 followed by "Y").
2. Check that M.2 Slot is enabled in Bios settings: Advanced->Devices->PCI->M.2 Slot. and that your SSD is recognised in Bios.
3. Install the Windows as explained in this tutorial: Windows 10 Help Forums . Most important, delete the old existing partition as explained in para.13 of this tutorial (skip para.12).
1. Since you have set Bios to default I assume the following:
- the UEFI boot is enabled (in Boot)
- the Chipset SATA Mode is set to AHCI (in Devices->Sata)
- your SSD is recognized correctly in M.2 slot
Please verify the above
2. If your answer is positive, must be something wrong with your installation media since SSD NVMe driver is included in Windows 10 installation. Are you using USB media for installation? If not please prepare one, using Microsoft Media Creation Tool: Download Windows 10 . Some user prefer to prepare installation media USB, using Rufus and downloaded from Windows ISO image (you can download such image also using Microsoft Media Creation Tool).