Linux Mint 19.1 is not been recognised after successfully installed on SSD in Caddy in place of DVD driver


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Jun 25, 2019
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+ Linux Mint 19.1 is installed successfully on a SSD in Caddy in place of DVD driver, on a Laptop Toshiba Satellite C650

+ But after installing, Linux Mint 19.1 is not been recognised.
+ This SSD itself with the same Linux Mint 19.1, works fine when connecting it externally through an Enclosure USB.
+ The SSD itself is able to be written or read files easily through the Caddy
+ I tried with two Caddies, with the same result.
+ I tried also two SSDs, with the same result.
Any help is very appreciated

Can you change BIOS boot menu settings, see what options are there?
Many thanks for reply
In The BIOS boot settings, through F12, the list doesn't include Mint!
BIOS might still show optical drive even though a caddy is there

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