NVMe drivers

Just a quick note incase someone else is having this issue.  I was working on using SCCM to image a Dell 7710 laptop and it has a Samsung M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD which I couldn’t seem to ever find  the right storage drivers to get it to see the hard disk.  It was a one time deal so I resorted to having the onsite tech manually load the machine (which was an endeavor in itself as he had to find the right storage driver to load windows 10 and if you wanted to do windows 7 you had to have USB 3.0 drivers slipstreamed into the windows installer). Upon trying to image another machine pxe would stop part way and display the below error message.

File: \Windows\system32\DRIVERS\nvme.sys

Status: 0xc0000359

Info: Windows failed to load because a critical system driver is missing, or corrupt

Turned out just like it says nvme drivers I had loaded caused it to completely not load the pxe boot image which I hadn’t seen occur before in adding drivers to a boot image.  Pretty straight forward but figured it might help someone that gets this error especially if you didn’t add the drivers or forgot that you had added them.

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