I own a msi x570 tomahawk wifi and I have an m.2 adata sx8200 pro as my boot drive, with windows 10 installed. All was fine for months. Then I decided to upgrade my hard drive. Before booting, I plugged in the new hard drive and windows recognized it, I formatted it and started migrating my steam games to it, steam could recognize and launch my newly migrated games. Then I decided unplug my old hard disk and plug in the new one while my pc was in sleep mode, since I thought my boot drive was a m.2 drive, unplugging some sata cables wouldn't affect it, HUGE MISTAKE. I proceeded to restart my pc, then my motherboard wouldn't recognize my m.2 ssd, it kept asking me to give it a boot media. So I restarted again and went into the bios. I found the m.2 ssd, I could even use the Self test feature and it was 100% ok. So now I know the m.2's health isn't the issue, I tried configuring CSM and UEFI boot modes and still the m.2 couldn't be recognized as a boot device, can anyone help me here?