I have a PC with an Asus ROG Strix B350-F Gaming Motherboard with a Ryzen 5 2600 processor.
I have a 1TB Samsung NvME SSD on this PC (where Windows 10 is installed) along with a 250GB SATA SSD for additional storage.
I recently removed the 250GB SSD and replaced it with a 1TB Crucial SATA SSD.
After doing this, the PC goes straight into UEFI BIOS and won't boot into Windows. I checked the boot priority and both SSDs show up in the correct order. I tried a Boot Override into the NvME SSD but it goes straight back into the BIOS.
I don't understand why the installation of an additional drive would affect the boot behavior on my main drive.
I tried some things like setting the BIOS settings to default and turning off Fast Boot, none of which worked.
What could be the problem?