Cant use a ssd

My school laptop has an m.2 ssd that is really nice and I was trying to get it to work on my desktop and when I tried to boot my desktop it wouldn't start up at all and the Ethernet light lit up. I tested it in two different laptops and the same thing happened and it wouldn't recognize the boot device. When I put the ssd back in the school laptop it worked perfectly fine so why isn't it working on my other computers?
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  1. What is the brand and model number of your desktop motherboard?

    What is the brand and model number of the M.2 ssd?

    With no additional information, the very first thing that comes to mind is that you did not enter the desktop system BIOS on startup and select the ssd as the boot drive.
  2. If you didnt do a clean install thats probably why. Or its not configured in your BIOS
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