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Hi my Windows 10 computer wont boot after installing a new ssd, I’m using an msi motherboard, have tried configuring the boot priority a bit, disabling my ssd as #1 boot priority but nothing will work, just keeps booting into my bios
 

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That is a common issue when installing a M.2 solid state drive - it will disable one of the motherboard SATA ports.
If a storage drive containing the Windows operating system is connected to that disabled SATA port, it will fail to boot.
The solution is to connect that storage drive to a SATA port which is not disabled.
 

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Generally that is only sata type M.2 drives. The nvme type (again generally) do not disable sata ports.
Since you have found the problem, I will mark this thread as solved.
 
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