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Bio's says "Cannot find any bootable devices"

My mother board is a Asus Prime x370-Pro. Last night I reconnected my disc drive so I could watch a movie. After I did that and booted up the computer it brought me to BIO's setting and when I went to "Boot Menu" it says "The system cannot find any bootable devices". I tried unplugging the disc drive but that didnt help. I think my computer cannot access my hard drive which I made sure is connected and running. Please if anyone could please help me I would appreciate it, I dont have the money or a car to bring to a place to get it fixed at this time.

Other computer specs
-AMD Ryzen 5 1500X Quad Core Processor
-(2) Viper 8gb DDR4 PC4 17000 2133 MHz Ram
- GTX 950 windforce graphics card ( I believe)

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I figured it out I am just stupid.

I did not build the pc myself so I must of knocked out the power cord for the HDD drive and only the sata cord was connected but it just looked normal to me. Thanks for all who tried to my ******** self.

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Disc drive

I'll guess your talking about an optical unit.

Is this unit internal or external?

Power on and enter the bios.

Does the bios see the disc and disk units?

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I think I got it

I think the power cord for the HDD drive got unplugged when I was connecting the disc drive up. I didnt build the PC so it looked normal to me with just the sata cable connected. Thank for your time.

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