May 01 2022 10:52 PM
May 02 2022 01:07 AM
May 02 2022 07:22 AM
No one will know from what you posted. Does the server have support for the operating system?
What happens when you try? If the installer complains about no disks found then you may need to provide the manufacturer's disk controller driver during setup.
May 11 2022 05:33 AM
Please provide me your server specification, especially the motherboard name, because it might be a reason for the incorrect Bios setting.
You can try installing the required drivers and attempting booting in EFM mode. It will help you to resolve the NVMe SSD drive issue.
NVMe drives have always been a problem with Windows 2019 servers since these drives came in, and they are used widely.
But In case it doesn't work, then you should try the below steps,
If you have followed the steps above, you can proceed with the installation, and now the Windows server will allow you to install to the NVME SSD drive.