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When starting the computer on the motherboard, the cpu, dram, vga, boot indicator lights up one by one. But at the end, when the computer starts, the boot indicator does not turn off. The screen works, I can go into the bios, but that's all I can do. After the gigabyte inscription I can either go to the bios or the computer reboots, and so on and so on. I think the cd drive is broken.
Leading questions:
- the computer does turn on
- graphics card works
- periphery: the mouseclave, too
- memory works
But you can't boot the operating system from the disk?
1) correct the question please
2) in the bios look at the boot type legal and efi, and a screenshot of the bios settings would be nice
3) Try to boot from a flash drive for example and check your SSD

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Judging by the description - the computer is in working order and turned on.
Most likely the boot disk is missing or defective, or the boot points to the wrong place.
Vydje If you start your computer from a bootable flash drive, you can run diagnostics.
You don't know what's wrong with it.
That is, if I can start the computer from the plugged flash drive, then the cd drive is defective?
Vydje ,
- boot from liveusb media, for example adminpe
- see in Disk Manager if your disk is visible
- see in Disk Manager if your disk is visible
- If it is visible, look at the status (Initialized/RAW), look at SMART, if the FS and SMART are OK - look if the boot sector is not lost.

Something like this

Buying an SSD on Ali - Monsieur knows a lot about perversion. You saved a thousand rubles, got a ton of problems, and waste your time.
Artem I bought this ssd a year and a half ago from AliExpress, in reviews they write that it breaks down after a year, half a year, everyone is different. The computer a month before it would only start after a few attempts. And yesterday morning it refused to start
Artem I've never had a broken disk before, so I don't know how it happens and how to check if it's broken.
Vydje You can check the memory with memtest just in case, but most likely it is not the problem.
The problem may be in the motherboard. Or the SSD power supply cable, if you have not replaced it with a known good one.

A simple way to test it is to take another hdd\ssd, plug it in, try to put windows on it and boot.
I checked the drive on another computer and it starts with it, it goes into Windows.