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Based on your description, the best support should be provided by your computer manufacturer and the hard drive manufacturer. If the your BIOS does not recognize your SSD this may be a hardware issue. From my end, I can recommend testing a different SATA power connector and a different SATA cable, one more thing you can try is running a tool to check the integrity of your SSD.
The event id message you have is logging information that there is something wrong with the SATA/Storage controller, that is way I mentioned that this could be a hardware issue.
From my end, I can recommend testing a different SATA power connector and a different SATA cable ...
M.2 drives do not have any cable, they are directly pluged on the mainboard. So unluckily I cant test that^^