Question
I have a 6048R-E1CR36L server with Windows Server 2016. It has four Intel NVME SSDs on two AOC-SLG3-2E4R. I have set the PCI-E slots in UEFI mode. OS was also installed in UEFI mode. But the NVME drives cannot be detected in the BIOS or in Windows. What else are we still missing?
Answer
Please check if you follow those instructions.

1. Turn off the system and unplug power.

2. On the BPN-SAS3-826EL1-N4 backplane, make sure jumper J23 is on 1-2 and J24 is on 2-3.

3. Connect the 1st AOC-SLG3-2E4R to slot 3, and connect the provided cables from NVMe Port 0/1 on the AOC-SLG3-2E4R to NVMe port 0/1 (if there isn’t a 0, then connect it to 1/2) on the BPN-SAS3-826EL1-N4.

4. Connect the 2nd AOC-SLG3-2E4R to slot 5 or 6, and connect the provided cables from NVMe Port 0/1 on the AOC-SLG3-2E4R to NVMe port 2/3 (if there isn’t a 0 in the previous step, then connect it to 3/4) on the BPN-SAS3-826EL1-N4.

5. Connect CBL-CDAT-0674 from JNVI2C on the 1st AOC-SLG3-2R4R on slot 3 and connect it to JNVI2C1 on the motherboard.

6. Connect CBL-CDAT-0674 from JNVI2C on the 2nd AOC-SLG3-2R4R on slot 5 or 6 and connect it to JNVI2C2 on the motherboard.

7. Reboot the system.
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