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I discovered a bug in BIOS. During start up press ESC -> F10 to go to Computer setup (BIOS settings). In the BIOS go to STORAGE -> BOOT ORDER In the "Please select boot device:" menu, you have the following list or similair: EFI Boot sources Legacy Boot sources ATAPI CD/DVD Drive SATA2 Hard Drive SATA0 Scroll down the list (by using down arrow key). ...
This doesn't have a lot of details and it depends on your BIOS. If you have a boot order option in your BIOS you could set it behind your hard drive booting before any network related stuff as a workaround however. EDIT: OP can't even access BIOS. So either they PXE booted into a unique breed of BS or they have other issues on the laptop. Latter is more ...
Dunno if it's the case with all SSDs, but my Samsung 830 EVO actually reports a head/track/cylinder count for backward compatibility:
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