I just installed jDiskReport and in KDE pressing alt+space brings up a run dialog and i type jdiskreport a “run jdiskreport” result shows up and i can launch it as any other program.
but i cannot find it in the menu and was wondering how one goes about manually creating a shortcut?
I think you are right about my motherboard not supporting nvme, i bought it 5 years ago, it’s haswell so this is before M.2.
However, is it possible to get some workaround done?
booting up i get this message right after bios post check:
"the current BIOS setting do not fully support the boot device. Click OK to enter the BIOS Setup.
Go to Advanced > Boot CSM Parameters, and adjust the CSM settings to enable the boot device".
I have, I don’t quite understand the settings available there so I’ve tried some random combinations. EFI, Legacy, and in what order…
Would you like a screenshot or do you know what I’m on about?
this is regarding: Asus Sabertooth Z87 with Samsung 970 pro with PCIE adapter
I have installed the hardware, i can install windows 10 / OpenSUSE, Antergos onto the new NVME SSD but i cannot boot from it. please help me.
there are no boot options at all, i used the default settings during the installation.
i have the latest official bios.