Means it can't read your drive. Confirm if the drive is detected in the BIOS. Power the PC off and unplug it for 5 minutes. See if it'll detect the drive after it discharges.
It's an NVMe drive, it won't make any noise. Switch over to EZ Mode in the BIOS and check to see if the drive is even detected.
That's what i would try. Also try moving it to another slot. If that fails, SSD is dead. RMA or replace.
Try F8 on startup, see if it's in the boot list. If not, you'll need to create Windows 10/11 installation media to boot to and see what's going on with the drive.
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