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New computer, SSD won’t show up as a boot priority

OK, so I just built a new computer and haven’t even put Windows 10 on it yet,

I have a 500 GB Samsung SSD and my motherboard is a gigabyte H370, the problem I’m having is that when I turn my computer on and have the Windows 10 USB plugged in the Windows 10 will show up as the first boot priority but the 500 GB Samsung SSD is not a boot priority, however it still shows up in the SATA setting (I have it plugged in to SATA-1) because of this my PC can not download Windows 10 properly.

If anyone has a solution or thinks they might know what my problem is, I would love some feedback.

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You’ll need to go into your systems BIOS settings to alter things. Restart your system and press the Fn key F1 or F2 to get into it to alter the boot order. On newer systems which have a EEFI you can get it via the Windows settings. For reference: Windows 10: Access the UEFI BIOS

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