|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? |
|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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