cant see my boot i dont have a hard drive

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markpabi

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hi i cant open my computer its always go to UEFI BIOS utility - ez mode and im stuck even if i restart my pc or press f10 to save and exit but i have a ssd samsung 950
 
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Is the SSD listed in the UEFI BIOS? If not, the computer is not recognizing it for some reason.
 

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heres the picture of the bios sometimes it showed up but if u click the ssd and save and exit the next reset ssd will not show up and im gonna stuck on the 1st picture
 
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The hardware in a computer MUST be 100% perfect before any software running on it can be expected to do the same.

The SSD keeps randomly disappearing issue must be resolved before going any further. To help narrow down where the problem might lie, test the SSD on another computer and/or test a different SSD on that motherboard.
 
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As mentioned by SpywareDr you need to test your SSD as he mentioned by following the method below. Then something seems wrong with your boot configuration. The boot manager should be listed as the only boot device.

http://www.seagate.com/support/downloads/seatools/seatools-dos-master/

Create Bootable Seatools USB with Rufus
https://rufus.akeo.ie/
1. Device - Verify the correct USB Drive is selected - Very Important
2. Boot selection - Click on Select button to browse to the correct .iso file
3. Partition Scheme - Select MBR partition
4. Target System - Bios or UEFI
5. Volume Label - Change if needed
6. File System - FAT32 (default)
7. Cluster Size - 16KB (default)
8. Click the Start button - Warning flash drive will be formatted and all data will be destroyed.

If the computer is UEFI you may need to enable CSM or Legacy mode and Disable SecureBoot if available to boot from the USB correctly.

How to use Seatools:
1. Once it starts it will scan for all drives connected to your computer.
2. Select drive you want to test.
3. Select the Long Generic Test under the Basic Tests menu
4. When the test is complete you will see the result under Test Status
5. The test will indicate either Pass or Fail.
6. Provide the Results in your reply.
 

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You want Windows Boot Manager
Windows 10 does not boot from drive as such
It boots from Windows Boot Manager which although it is on the drive is a FAT partition.
When you configure the boot from the drive Windows does not find the boot manager.

There may indeed be something wrong with the Boot Configuration, but if it is 10 and in UEFI configuration then as I said you must boot from Windows Boot Manager.
The drive will still be shown as a boot option and there is nothing wrong in it being so shown
 
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