My Pc Shut Off and is asking for Reboot

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I built this computer about 2 months ago and it’s been working perfectly fine and today I’m playing a game and switch to my discord and my pc just froze and then the screen went black and now it’s asking a for “reboot and select proper boot device or insert boot media”, please someone help, I don’t want to lose all of my memorie and everything pleasee!!!!
 

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My specs:
AMD Ryzen 5 2600 Six-core Processor
B450 DS3H Motherboard
T-Force 2x8GB 3200 MHz
XPG 128gb ssd m.2
WD Blue 1TB HD
XFX Radeon RX 570 RS XXX GPU
Thermaltake Smart 500W 80+ White Certified PSU
 

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2ECB17DA-1E9F-463F-BEDE-D9A147DD904C.jpeg This is what screen goes to and won’t change, help please I don’t know what to do
 
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Which operating system was installed on disk that is now missing?

Please enter BIOS and verify your "XPG 128gb ssd m.2 " is recognized there.
If yes share how is it named? what does BIOS say about your SSD?

EDIT:
To enter BIOS:
Press Del during POST, right after the computer is turned on.
 

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Which operating system was installed on disk that is now missing?

Please enter BIOS and verify your "XPG 128gb ssd m.2 " is recognized there.
If yes share how is it named? what does BIOS say about your SSD?
I downloaded windows 10 on my XPG 128gb ssd,
And this what it says on my bios, I didn’t change anything,
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OK, looks good and according to manual there doesn't seem to be other ways to see disk information.

If you have Windows 10 DVD or USB bootable media, please insert into PC, restart and keep pressing either F11 or F12 to open boot menu, then select DVD/USB to boot from it.

As soon as your select language, there is "Repair my Computer" option (not install)
Let it finish repairing.

If you don't have DVD/USB download windows on bellow link and make bootable USB:
https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10

Above link explains how to create bootable USB
 
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Wait, why is "Windows boot manager" listed as "Boot option 3"?

It should be Boot option 1

Try this first.
 
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