I'm having some difficulty installing a fresh copy of Windows 10 onto my SSD. Here's a little background information.
I have a Lenovo Flex 3 laptop which came with a HDD. Being accustomed to the fast boot and load times of a SSD on my desktop, I set out to replace my HDD with a SSD. I opened up the laptop, pulled the HDD and popped in the SSD. After some difficulty I won't go into here, I managed to boot into Windows 10 setup from a USB drive.
The problem I am facing now is that the Windows 10 setup will not recognize my SSD during installation. I've been working on this for a few hours now and have read a few people running into similar problems but have yet to find a solution that works.
I know the BIOS recognizes the drive as I have seen it listed in the boot sequence. Setup is asking me for a driver for the SSD but I have had no luck finding such a driver.
Anyone else have this problem? How did you solve it?
The SSD is a Micron M500 240gb, in case that helps.