Question Motherboard doesn't recognize my boot SSD after moving my PC to another room ?

Feb 10, 2021
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Hi everyone!
First I want to apologize in advance for any grammar mistakes you might find in my message, English isn't my first language and it gets complicated sometimes.

Devices implicated in the problem:
  • Toshiba SSD kxg60znv256g with windows 10.
  • MSI 450 Tomahawk Max.
I moved my computer from one room to another and since then my computer won't boot. It was working perfectly but not anymore. It just shows me the message of "insert a boot device". I disabled it and then it just brings me to the motherboard interface.
In Hard Disk Drive BBS Properties only gives me the option of the SATA.

I don't know what to do, any help would be appreciated!
 
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jay32267

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Hi everyone!
First I want to apologize in advance for any grammar mistakes you might find in my message, English isn't my first language and it gets complicated sometimes.

Devices implicated in the problem:
  • Toshiba SSD kxg60znv256g with windows 10.
  • MSI 450 Tomahawk Max.
I moved my computer from one room to another and since then my computer won't boot. It was working perfectly but not anymore. It just shows me the message of "insert a boot device". I disabled it and then it just brings me to the motherboard interface.
In Hard Disk Drive BBS Properties only gives me the option of the SATA.

I don't know what to do, any help would be appreciated!
I would power down and reseat the data and power cable to the drive.
I would also try another data cable and power cable if they were available.
I would also try a different motherboard port.
 

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