Can I boot macOS from a single, non-RAID NVMe SSD hosted by the SSD7000 controller?
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Customers can boot macOS, up to 10.15.x, from single, non-RAID NVMe SSD’s hosted by SSD7000 series controllers, when using HighPoint supplied drivers.
However, this is not possible with macOS 11.x and later. Current versions of macOS cannot boot from devices that require third party driver support. It can only boot from devices that utilize in-box (embedded) drivers.
If you wish to use the in-box NVMe driver support to configure a bootable NVMe SSD’, you will need to follow the current macOS guidelines. Please visit the Apple website or contact their support department for more information.