Question SSD is no longer a boot option after upgrading my MOBO and CPU

Feb 14, 2020
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I recently upgraded my CPU and MOBO. I previously had an Intel i5-6600K and my motherboard was the ASUS Z170-P. I have Windows 10 installed on both my HDD and my SSD, but I set the SSD to be the priority boot option because it was obviously faster.

I recently upgraded to an Intel i9-9900KF and my motherboard is now the ASUS PRIME Z390-A.

Since my upgrade, the BIOS does not see my SSD as a potential boot option anymore, it only sees my HDD under the Boot Priority menu. However, the BIOS does show that it recognizes my SSD as a STORAGE DEVICE. When I go into the Boot section of my BIOS, it does not even show that my SSD is a boot option.

Is there some settings that I have to change or is there something that I have to do in my BIOS in order to make my SSD able to be a boot option again?

Thanks in advance!
 
Feb 14, 2020
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Can you show screenshot from Disk Management?
(upload to imgur.com and post link)
I’m at work now so I’ll have to do that when I get home but I can tell you from memory that in Disk Management, it shows that my allocated partition of my HDD says “Boot” but my main allocated partition of my SSD does not
 

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