Question (Solved) GIGABYTE BIOS stopped recognizing Windows 10 boot SSD

Ralston18

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Update your post to include full system hardware specs and Window 10 version information.

Are the drive's power and data cables fully connected on both ends?

Have you tried connecting the SSD with another set of known working SATA power and data cables?
 
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Update your post to include full system hardware specs and Window 10 version information.

Are the drive's power and data cables fully connected on both ends?

Have you tried connecting the SSD with another set of known working SATA power and data cables?
Ralston18, thank you so much for your reply.

It seems like UEFI or BIOS corruption.

Reinstalling UEFI volume from older Macrium back up did NOT fix this issue.
Reinstalling BIOS did NOT fix this issue.
Reinstalling both UEFI volume and BIOS at the same time FIXED this issue.

What do you think was wrong with it?
 
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hahaha, that's so true.

Since I have no knowledge about UEFI, I was just doing whatever I could have tried.
Anyway, fixing UEFI (bcdedit) also did not work.
 

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