Hard drive not showing up in bios boot priority

airhoodz

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Hello,

My computer BSOD and when I restarted my SSD is no longer in my boot priority, it is however showing up as a bootable drive, and I can boot to it fine, but when I start the PC it tries to default boot to another drive with linux now and not my Windows SSD. Any idea on how to fix this?
 

Abmario

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Try reset of the BIOS into defaults.

Try swapping connections on your motherboard SATA, there should be 3 GB/s slot, 6GB/s and third party SATA slot.

If you can try another drive into your system to check whether you drive is faulty.
 

herBS

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that didn't work for me do you know what else might work?
 

herBS

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Oh the problem has already been solved in another thread it's just that I plugged in my hard drive to SATA POWER 1 on my mother board and not directly into my psu like a noob! It all worked out fine and I'm happy I built my own PC!
 

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