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Bios doesn't see nor let me boot from ssd n2 samsung evo plus. Windows sees it.

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Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Hi everyone, please help. I can't find a solution anywhere! My system runs on:

.win 10 

.motherboard Kaili2

.1 old 1TB HDD, 2 1TB sata SSDs, 1 new 1TB Samsung evo plus SSD n2 mounted on a PCIe x16 slot 


Now, I cloned the old HDD to the new SSD n2 (using Samsung Data Migration). That worked fine.

Checked if the new SSD showed up in disk management and it did.

Restarted the pc. Opened the bios in the hope it could boot from the new SSD rather than the old HDD, but unfortunately the ladder it is nowhere to be seen.

I tried dozens of times, read so many threads and yet no solution. Does anyone know what I should do?

Thank you.

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