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    Posted: 04 Jul 2015 at 5:27am
Somehow in tweaking some settings, I've lost all Boot Priorities and unable to choose any as the "Boot Option Priorities" under BOOT is not selectable. I've loaded by previous saved User Profile (in the UEFI Tool menu) but it has not brought them back. Now, my computer will only boot into the UEFI Setup Utility and it does not show/recognize the 2 SSDs, the 1 HDD or the USB bootloader. HELP!
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Managed to get Boot Option Priorities sub-menus back... but the only options are "UEFI: IP4 Intel (R) Ethernet Network Connection i217-V" and "UEFI: IP6 Intel (R) Ethernet Network Connection i217-V" 

My SSDs and HDD are not shown or listed as options, even though they show up as connected under System Browser and also under Storage Configuration under the Advanced Menu.

Please HELP!
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Could you list your system specs, as well as brand and model of SSD and any add in cards you have in your system. If the drives are not showing in the boot menu then I would start by clearing CMOS in-case something is corrupted. I don't see any bios updates for your board that add SSD/HDD changes or functionality but it may be worth grabbing the latest version.
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