Question Motherboard cpu light is red

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The cpu light is on. However, I can boot into Bios and everything looks okay. But my m.2 ssd isn't coming up and it's my only storage drive. Any advice? Ram is also okay.
 

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Does it go away once the computer fully boots up? or is on while you are performing tasks like gaming and or plain use? I would try unplugging the power cord. flipping the switch to off. Then hit the power button on the case to expel any left over power. press about 3 times. wait a second open up the case. Find the CMOS battery and remove it for about 5 mins or so. What this will do is reset the settings
 

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Does it go away once the computer fully boots up? or is on while you are performing tasks like gaming and or plain use? I would try unplugging the power cord. flipping the switch to off. Then hit the power button on the case to expel any left over power. press about 3 times. wait a second open up the case. Find the CMOS battery and remove it for about 5 mins or so. What this will do is reset the settings
Could it be possible that because the m.2 slot is gen 4 is connected from the processor. The m.2 slot not working could be linked to a CPU red light?
 

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Does it go away once the computer fully boots up? or is on while you are performing tasks like gaming and or plain use? I would try unplugging the power cord. flipping the switch to off. Then hit the power button on the case to expel any left over power. press about 3 times. wait a second open up the case. Find the CMOS battery and remove it for about 5 mins or so. What this will do is reset the settings

I did all of this, now the cpu red light has gone but now I still cannot find the nvme ssd in my bios and the windows 10 install cannot detect it
 

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Does it go away once the computer fully boots up? or is on while you are performing tasks like gaming and or plain use? I would try unplugging the power cord. flipping the switch to off. Then hit the power button on the case to expel any left over power. press about 3 times. wait a second open up the case. Find the CMOS battery and remove it for about 5 mins or so. What this will do is reset the settings
Oh and the boot red light is on
 

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