Question I need help

May 12, 2019
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Hey so i already had my pc built a couple of months ago but i decided to get a 128 gb m.2 just so i could put a big game on it. But after installing it on my motherboard my pc won’t boot into windows anymore i just sends me into bios and it wont show the original ssd which i had my windows installed on so what can i do to get back into windows/get the ssd with the windows to appear in bios? Please help
 
May 11, 2019
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Try updating or resetting your BIOS/UEFI, to see if that fixes things up. Give it a go with a different computer to see if the same thing happens. You could also get in touch with the mobo manufacturer's customer support to see if you might be missing something like a specific setting.
 

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Try updating or resetting your BIOS/UEFI, to see if that fixes things up. Give it a go with a different computer to see if the same thing happens. You could also get in touch with the mobo manufacturer's customer support to see if you might be missing something like a specific setting.
BIOS updates are not to be done lightly or on a whim.

The 'problem' is almost certainly the m.2 drive disabling the relevant SATA port, as mentioned in the specs.
 
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"*1 The M.2_1 socket shares bandwidth with SATA6G_1, SATA6G_2 ports when using M.2 SATA mode device. Adjust BIOS settings to use SATA device. "

The Lite-On is a SATA drive, in M.2_1?
It is disabling your SATA ports 1 & 2.
Move your current boot drive to some other port.
That worked i moved it to port 3 and now i can boot into windows thanks man
 

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