Stuck in installation loop when trying to install windows on new build.

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Hi,
I'm trying to install Windows 10 on my new PC that I built today (specs listed below). All of my parts are shown in bios, and I am able to install Windows onto my NVME drive.

However, when the computer restarts to boot to Windows, my NVME drive is not listed as a bootable drive, and the computer loops back to the Windows installation process.
I have CSM disabled, but the drive only shows up when CSM is enabled. How can I fix this?

Using a 2.5" SSD that already works and has windows on it also did not work, and switching the port the NVME was in also did not work.

Specs:
PNY RTX 4070
Ryzen 7 7700
Gigabyte B650M DS3H
1 TB WD Black NVME m.2
EVGA 800 GE
 
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If it's not listed as bootable it could be because it is partitioned wrong? I remember having an issue like this while trying to install Windows 11 on my Crucial P3 m.2 NVMe SSD paired with an i7-7700 which originally wasn't supported by Microsoft.

See if you can reformat it to a different type of drive and then try installing it.
 
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