Question Reboot and Select Proper Boot Device Issue

May 24, 2023
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A while ago, I had an issue with my motherboard. Because I was going off to college I declined to fix it because I had a laptop that worked well. When I came home, I replaced the motherboard and booted the system up on my parent's setup, and everything worked fine. Because I was about a year off from any Windows updates, I decided to update my Windows and get everything working (during this time I also plugged in an external hard drive if this is important). Once the updates were complete, I unplugged everything and about two days later when I set up my own setup in my room, I get the "Reboot and Select Proper Boot Device" error. I have tried to set my SSD (which has Windows) as the priority to boot and things like that. I can't seem to find the problem when my computer was working just fine 2 days prior.

Specs-
MB - B365M-HDV
CPU - Intel i5-9400F
GPU - 1660 TI
SSD - WD 500G2B0B-00YS70
PSU - CoolerMaster Masterwatt Lite 600W
OS - Windows 11

Anything helps, thank you.
 
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update the BIOS to version 3.31 of your motherboard using instantflash

which power supply are you using? brand and model

could be a compatibility issue or your SSD is going to fail
remove the SSD and reinsert it, try booting again
 
May 24, 2023
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update the BIOS to version 3.31 of your motherboard using instantflash

which power supply are you using? brand and model

could be a compatibility issue or your SSD is going to fail
remove the SSD and reinsert it, try booting again
My PSU is a CoolerMaster Masterwatt Lite 600W also when I checked the BIOS versions, there was no 3.31. There is however a v4.41 that says "Optimize NVME SSD compatibility." in its description. Do you think that that could fix the issue?
 
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could fix the windows 11 compatibility issue :)


my bad, was a typo, it´s the 4.41. I would install if I were in your situation
Just installed the new BIOS as well as reinstalled the SSD itself. They both lead back to the same issue. If it helps, last night when I was messing around, I created a Windows Media file and plugged it into my pc, and ran it. When attempting to troubleshoot, it would almost immediately say that it couldn't and when I tried to install Windows 11, it said that my computer was not compatible with Windows 11.
 

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