Hello all and thanks for reading in advance.
A few days ago I installed an NVME SSD in my computer, installed windows, and got everything working properly, This morning I tried to turn on my computer and got this error:
“Reboot and Select proper Boot device
or Insert Boot Media in selected Boot device and press a key”
Before I added my NVME SSD I was using a HDD that was working perfectly before today.
When I saw this error I restarted and entered the boot menu. I tried to boot off the SSD again which did not work. I restarted and went into the BIOS do my settings, which seemed to be fine. I then swapped the m.2 slot for my SSD and tried again. After that, my SSD detected in the security page of my BIOS but not in the boot page. I then decided to try to boot from the Bootable SSD that I had used to install windows on my SSD when I was setting it up a few days ago. I got the same error message when I tried to boot from the USB. After a couple more attempts my PC didn’t detect any boot devices in the boot menu or the boot page of the BIOS. But they still detected in the security page. I then cleared the CMOS, which got everything to detect again but did not solve the problem. I also tried reseting the BIOS settings to default, which also had no effect. At this point I’m at a loss and I’m wondering if I need to RMA my motherboard. Any advice would be appreciated. Full system specs are below:
CPU: Ryzen 7 2700x
Mobo: ASrock X570 Pro4
Ram: Gskill 2x8GB DDR4-3000
GPU: ASUS Tuf Gaming RTX2060
SSD: Samsung 970 Evo 500GB
HDD: Western Digital 4TB, Model WD4000FYYZ-05UL1B0
Power Supply: Corsair CX-650M
OS: Windows 10
BIOS: 1.0? I cleared the CMOS and I don’t remember the factory version.
Edit: Accidentally put Mobo specs instead of CPU