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No Bootable Device.

So my friend has a pre built gaming PC from a while back. It was slow due to a HDD so I told him an M.2 would speed it up. Day came and I'm installing it for him. Unfortunately the BIOS, nor windows would detect the M.2. I messed with some settings in the BIOS to try figure it out. Finally I decided to put the SSD in the other slot and it was detected. So I try to change the boot order but couldn't find that option in the BIOS. I change some of the boot options from legacy to UEFI or something. Then I plug my USB with Windows installer on it to put windows on his SSD. The install goes smoothly. It then restarts after the instillation. Unfortunately I'm met with a screen telling me that no boot device has been detected. I tried resetting the bios options to default but this changed nothing.

Thanks for any help



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