I was cleaning my computer today and my brother had touched my ssd/sata cable to see how to install it and almost knocked my computer over. (I caught it before it could fall). Since this happened, my ssd will not boot windows, and my system won't boot unless I manually click the drive. I unplugged all the cables from the ssd and replugged them in, and the same issue occurred. I put the sata cables into different ports and the same issue occurred. I took out the battery from my motherboard, and the issue still occurs. I did a complete windows wipe and cleaned my ssd and hdd, but the issue still occurs. Whenever I turn on my computer, my computers tries to boot up but instantly goes to select the device to boot from, and if I clicked the ssd it would say insert a bootable device. I went to the bios and set the boot drive to be my hdd but I still have to manually do everything. My ssd and hdd still work as I'm still able to download files to them. I'm fine with not having my ssd be able to boot from but I just want to be able to turn on my computer and have it boot automatically instead of having to manually click it every time to turn it on. My hdd is a seagate barracuda 2 TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive , and my ssd is a team group GX 1 960 GB Solid State Drive. I also have a z390-A Pro motherboard if that helps. If I can provide any other information or pictures that would help let me know please! I'm really frustrated as I've spent the entire day trying to solve the issue but can't.