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Question BIOS doesn't detect a NVMe

Jul 2, 2020
Hi, this is my very first question. Sorry for my bad English
I bought 2 SSD M.2:
-1 Hynix 960GB (type 22110)
-1 Western Digital 512GB (type 2280)

I don't have problems with WD one, BIOS shows it and lets me boot with it.

Problem is Hynix one (model name: PE4010). Windows Installation let me install Windows in it but since BIOS doesn't detect it, I can't boot with it.

My Mother Board is a B450M-DS3H Gigabyte latest BIOS version on it. It has only one NVMe port.

Does the SSD have to have any partition to be recognized? Since it's all blank and the WD has an EFI partition at the beginning, I've already tried to replicate that partition on Ubuntu but didn't work.
What else can I try?
I'll really appreciate your help.

Full Specs:
-Mother Board B450M-DS3H Gigabyte
-Ryzen 5 3400G
-RX 580 4GB
-RAM 2x8GB Team Group Alfa @2933MHz