Yes, make sure it has the latest BIOS version installed.
Assuming you are able to get into the BIOS, go to the "BIOS features" tab and find the "CSM support" setting. Set it to disabled. That will allow for full UEFI boot features and partitions.
In the "SATA mode selection" section, make sure it is set to AHCI.
Likely, this thread has all the answers you need as this is a fairly common issue on older boards with early implementation of NVME drives.
I have just installed an M.2 SSD into my system and loaded a copy of Windows 10 onto it from a USB. The windows installer recognized the drive, however my bios does not. This is obviously an issue because I can't boot from the SSD. When I boot it up, the bios returns the error, "not bootable...