Discussion M.2 SSD stopped being detected Randomly in Asus Maximus XII Hero

So all of sudden automatically i have this weird issue in which my m.2. ssd disappear which is installed in slot 2 no matter what i do its not visible unless i reboot the system then after some time again it will disappear.

just because of this
I changed to windows 10 From windows 11
Updated Bios
Changed the M.2 port from 2nd to third still there was issue

Then i thought SSD is dead it was corsaid MP600 Force 1 TB

So i sent it for replacement and bought new one
SAMSUNG EVO 980 PRO
and now again same issue......... i am not sure what is the problem

Please suggest

CPU: Intel 10850k
Motherboard: Asus Maximum XII Hero
Bios: 2403
Ram: 4x 8GB DDR4 GSKILL
SSD/HDD:M.2. SAMSUNG EVO 970 256 GB WINDOWS INSTALLED
M.2. SAMSUNG EVO 980 PRO 1TB NEWLY BOUGHT
2X 4TB WD GOLD SATA

GPU:MSI SUPREME 3080
PSU: NZXT C850
Chassis: Cooler master H500M
 
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Lutfij

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What BIOS version are you on for your motherboard at the time of writing? As for your OS, what version(not edition) of Windows 10 are you working with? Mind sharing the specs to your build like so:
CPU:
Motherboard:
Ram:
SSD/HDD:
GPU:
PSU:
Chassis:
?

Include the age of the PSU, apart from the make and model of the unit.

If you're going to state looking through your sig space specs, I'll avoid doing so since sig space specs can and will change over time making this thread and any possible suggestions/solutions moot to the person in the same boat as you are in now. So if you will, please include specs in the body of the thread. Your motherboard is known to have lanes that will be shared with certain slots/ports, we're also going to need to know if you have more than one PCIe device on the board and which slot they are populating on said board.
 
What BIOS version are you on for your motherboard at the time of writing? As for your OS, what version(not edition) of Windows 10 are you working with? Mind sharing the specs to your build like so:
CPU:
Motherboard:
Ram:
SSD/HDD:
GPU:
PSU:
Chassis:
?

Include the age of the PSU, apart from the make and model of the unit.

If you're going to state looking through your sig space specs, I'll avoid doing so since sig space specs can and will change over time making this thread and any possible suggestions/solutions moot to the person in the same boat as you are in now. So if you will, please include specs in the body of the thread. Your motherboard is known to have lanes that will be shared with certain slots/ports, we're also going to need to know if you have more than one PCIe device on the board and which slot they are populating on said board.
Just mentioned every thing in above post psu is like 6 months old
 

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