Since you mentioned that the system was working fine before, please confirm if there were any changes in the sytem at the time the issue started (System updates, new hardware, configuration changes, etc.). If you identify a possible cause, try undoing the change.
Here are some things you can check about this condition:
- Download Intel® Solid-State Drive Data Center Family for NVMe Drivers, and install the latest version 220.127.116.117.
- Check with Asus Support and make sure you are using the most recent BIOS version for your System.
For your convenience, here is the link to the Asus Maximum VIII Extreme User's Manual.
- Please make sure that the Add-in-card is connected to the slot PCIE_X4_4 slot, and confirm that it is set to x4 mode in the BIOS, as noted in pages 40-41.
- If it does not work, try using another PCIe Gen 3.0 x4 slot.
There has been no hardware change. Windows 10 64 bit did not apply any updates.
I have all the drivers installed that are located in this link. Drivers & Software
I need to correct myself in the previous post. My 2nd intel 750 SSD does not run on the M.2 port but the U.2 port.
My BIOS was already up to date as provided by Asus (version 1302).
I have the SSD by default on PCIe4_4 slot running at x4 from the BIOS.
I have tried accessing the SSD from all 4 different slots (by removing my Titan X) with no change in status.
I have also re-installed the drivers multiple times.
After having a look at Appendix D in the LED Decoder (product specifications) , I can say that my SSD is both broken and not broken at the same time since both Red and Green LED light up without blinking.
The intel SSD drive toolbox does not detect the drive in question. The thing is that I cannot detect the drive in BIOS but windows does understand that the drive does not start.
Thank you for your time
The amber LED indicates a drive failure was detected.
In this case, we advise you to Contact Support and engage your nearest support center.
They may require you to Download Intel® Solid-State Drive Data Center Tool and provide the output of commands like "isdct show -intelssd"