Please contact the Computer Manufacturer Support and confirm with them what may be the cause for the Q-CODE 41. A quick online check shows multiple results and possible reasons for this behavior (CPU, RAM, etc.).
The motherboard manufacturer may also let you know if there is any additional setting required for this configuration. For example, some motherboards may allow manual configuration of the PCIe slot to Gen3 x4.
Here are some recommendations you may check as well:
- Update the BIOS of your motherboard to the most recent version recommended by the manufacturer.
- Make sure that the SSD is properly connected to a PCIe Gen 3 x4 slot. Your motherboard appears to have a slot (Black) specific for this purpose:
- Review the document Booting an NVMe* PCI Express* Solid State Drive. It may have an example similar to your system that you can use as reference.
- Try booting with a single memory DIMM (in different slots) to discard RAM issues.