I have an MSI Ghost Pro (GS60).
I can't get it to boot from my SSD. "Hard Disk" and "USB Hard Disk" and others show in the boot options. With my BIOS, it shows more information about the disk and a partition number in the options menu. I also have an option below for "UEFI USB Hard Disk Drive BBS Priorities". I know that I used to have these options for "Hard Disk" too. See below for the back story and BIOS config.
I bought it a few months ago and I installed Fedora 23 from USB stick and erased my Windows installation. I still have the recovery ISOs somewhere.
I remember that after installing from the USB stick it failed to boot from the SSD. After some puzzling and hours of googling I found some instructions to do in the BIOS related to secure boot. Something like do 4 things in the right order and the option magically appears. Unfortunately I don't seem to have this in my bookmarks (doh).
Everything has been going fine until I decided to try Ubuntu 16 live from USB. I changed BIOS to legacy mode. It seems that I hadn't written my Ubuntu USB properly or something. When I changed back, I no longer get the option to boot from SSD. This appears to be exactly what I had before.
Fast boot: Disabled (quite sure it was Enabled) SpeedStep: Disabled ERP lot 3 support: Disabled Wake on lan: Disabled Hyper-threading: Enabled CPU C States: Disabled (certain this was disabled but I used kernel flag to limit to state 7) Intel Virtualization Technology: Disabled (was enabled) VT-d: Disabled (was enabled) SATA Mode Selection: AHCI (was AHCI) Secure boot: Enabled Secure Boot Mode: Standard
Key management: Provision Factory Default Keys: Enabled Enroll all Factory Default Keys (this is a command)
I suspect that secure boot was enabled but I'm not certain. Disabling it alone does not help me.