[SOLVED] M.2 is not detected in BIOS

tristandubois2002

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Recently, I had to RMA my motherboard, which is a ASUS ROG Crosshair Hero Vii. I kept every other component, and before RMA’ing my mobo, the same M.2 drive worked perfectly fine. Today I received my new mobo, so I installed everything back on the board, but now the PC only boots to the BIOS, and the drive is not being detected. The drive I have is the WD Blue M.2 Sata SSD 1TB. Does anyone know why it’s not being detected? Do I need to boot to a random flash drive like if I wanted to download the OS even though it’s already installed on the drive? As of now, I have tried reseating the drive, booting to a windows installation tool, but none of that worked. I’m using the M.2_1 slot on my motherboard. In my BIOS, I can’t click on « Boot Option Priorities », so I can’t even change what my computer boots up to.
 

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