This is thew model number which is being shown when I go into BIOS.
You may receive the error "No Bootable Device" if your computer does not detect a hard drive, solid state drive, or other bootable drive to load the operating system. This can sometimes be caused by a change to settings in your BIOS or UEFI. Use the following steps to resolve this situation:
Power off the machine and disconnect everything from the machine. Check whether there is a small pinhole on the underside of the machine. Not all models have a pinhole. If pinhole is present, press into the hole for 5 s with a bent paper clip without a sheath. Then press the on/off switch continuously for 20 s and ignore intermittent restarts of the machine. If pinhole is not present, press the on/off switch continuously for 20 s and ignore intermittent restarts of the machine. Release the button and wait for 15-30 minutes. Reconnect the laptop to the power supply and wait for the full battery indication (blue) light. Then turn it on normally.
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Can you send a photo of the BIOS boot tab?
If possible, remove the SSD , connect it to another PC and check if it is accessable.
If that doesn't work, try to repair your PC.
To repair your laptop, do the following steps.
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