I made a bootable Windows 10 USB to see if that could find the SSD. It didn’t, which wasn’t surprising. After on the phone with Dell ProSupport for over an hour, their tier 2 engineers gave me this link to download some files from: https://downloads.dell.com/FOLDER04699307M/1/Intel-Rapid-Storage-Technology-enterprise-F6-Driver_TV5DJ_WIN_22.214.171.1249_A03.EXE
I ran the EXE and extracted the contents. I put the folder “RSTe_f6_iaStorE_win8_64” on the root of my Windows 10 bootable flash drive, booted off of it, used the “Browse” option when it couldn’t find a storage drive, pointed it to that folder, and it actually found the SSD! I successfully clean installed Windows 10 from a bootable USB onto this SSD that’s in the FlexBay.
After clean installing Windows 10, I tried booting off the network and deploying an image to the machine, since I did all this with the BIOS setting on AHCI. Unfortunately, this did not let FOG detect the SSD. BUT, I did find drivers for this FlexBay system.
Is there any way I can incorporate these .cat, .inf, .sys, and .oem files into the FOG deployment process, since Windows Setup can use them to see the SSD?