|That would be my suggestion too. With no drive connected you should more easily get into BIOS and see if there was something not set correctly in BIOS. Check primary graphics designation as well to make sure it is correct. If you cannot get into BIOS still, reset CMOS by unplugging the machine and moving the CMOS jumper from the stand by location to the clear location and back again before plugging in again. Immediately after go back into BIOS, set time, date, CPU, RAM, Graphics, etc. Then shut down, plug in only SSD drive, go back into BIOS and set the drive as Bootable and then as second in boot order after DVD drive. Then do a clean install of Windows including partitioning and formatting (quick format only for SSD drives). By installing with only the one drive connected you prevent Windows from installing boot partition or other parts on the other drive so that the drive contains all that is needed to boot. Once install is complete, reconnect your storage drive and configure if needed.|
You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you from going insane.