14 hours ago, Tan3l6 said:
Ah I misread.
still, bcdboot C:\windows (letter of the windows install drive)
after removing or disabling SATA SSD might help.
If that doesn't help maybe someone else has a better idea.
My NVMe drive only shows up under peripherals -> NVMe configuration. Only info about SSD name and size.
i just gave up after trying a bunch of things of forums and did a clean install. Thanks for trying to help