Question System can manually boot from SSD, but won't display it in the boot sequence

SparklyDrew

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A while back my computer blue screened, and when it restarted it tried to boot from my HDD, because my SSD had dissapeared from the sata config. This has happened to me a few times, so i did a hard reset (remove power, hold power button), which usually fixes it, i just have to reconfigure the boot sequence. This time, the SSD shows up and I can override to boot from it, but it isn't an option in the boot sequence.

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Lutfij

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The workarounds you're doing are workarounds to a rather normal booting process. If you can get into BIOS, can you check and see which version of the BIOS you're currently on? If you're on Windows 10, which version of the OS are you on? The primary boot device should be Windows Boot Manager as opposed to the SSD.

On another note, can you list your specs like so:
CPU:
Motherboard:
Ram:
SSD/HDD:
GPU:
PSU:
Chassis:

Include the age of the PSU if it's been carried over from an older build.
 

SparklyDrew

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Win 10 Enterprise 10.0.17134 Build 17134
BIOS: American Megatrends F21 5/23/2017 (its not the original bios that the board came with, I flashed it to install the CPU)
CPU: Intel Core i5 7400
MB: Gigabyte B150m-HD3
RAM: 8GB 2100 MHz single channel from and unidentifiable off brand
SSD: Transcend 2.5" 128GB
HDD: WD blue 1 Terabyte
GPU: EVGA GTX 1060
PSU: EVGA 600B
Chassis: Unidentifiable
PSU is the newest component along with the 1060, got it brand new

TBH I have no idea about windows boot manager
 
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