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DShea1
Beginner
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I have an Intel NUC8i7BEH with 2x8Gb RAM and a WD Blue 1Tb SSD. Linux Mint installed no problem, then after about 6 days, the BIOS can no longer find bootable media. please. Help please!

Loaded Mint from a USB stick and it isn't showing the SSD. Removed the SSD and relocated in its socket, still couldn't find it. Help

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LeonWaksman
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Is the bootable disk not recognised or is the SSD not recognised in bios? Please check in bios Advanced > Devices > pCI , M.2 slot should be enabled.

Please check in Advanced > Devices > SATA

 

Leon

 

DShea1
Beginner
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Thanks for the swift reply. Alas it’s not recognised by the BIOS. I’ve been advised that the SSD is shot. So i’ll Try another M2 SSD and see how that goes.
n_scott_pearson
Super User Retired Employee
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This is not the first report of this happening to a WD Blue drive...

Just saying,

...S

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