NVME M2 mounted as SCSI

I have a WDS100T3X0C NVME M2 disk. Windows 10 is reporting that it is SCSI. Is this a problem?

DeviceID I nterfaceType Manufacturer MediaType Model
\.\PHYSICALDRIVE4 SCSI (Standard disk drives) Fixed hard disk media WDS100T3X0C-00SJG0

No problem, but it’s possible your WD Dashboard software give no information of the SSD.

Probably the SATA controller is set to RAID-mode in BIOS.
If it is, switch to AHCI:

  1. Run MSCONFIG in Windows
  2. Enable Safe Boot (minimal)
  3. Reboot into UEFI/BIOS and change to AHCI
  4. Boot up into safe mode
  5. Run MSCONFIG and disable Safe Boot.
  6. Reboot