SSD M2 SATA is not recognized by BIOS

Hello, I have a LarkBox X with a Ryzen 7 3750H, the M2 SSD disk is too small for me and I bought an M2 WD BLUE SA510 500GB SATA 6Gb/s but the BIOS does not recognize it, the disk is fine because I have tested it in a laptop. Could you tell me one that is compatible with the mini pc?
Thank you

none if you change anything on this brand then get another as this company

none if you change anything on this brand then get another computer as this company
has no surrport what so ever

The disk should be an nvme, not a sata.
Like the WDS500G3B0C (WD Blue SN570 NVMe ssd)

Thank you for answering, the fact is that the original disk is an M2 SATA, it comes standard with a Kingston, they told me that this computer does not support the NVMe protocol, only sata, I do not understand anything.

The original disk it’s an m2. But not sata, nvme.
I’ve the same identical machine. And i upgraded the disk with a SAMSUNG 980 1 TB PCIe 3.0 ( MZ-V8V1T0BW).

As soon as i go back home i’ll take some photo to show it to you

Hi, this is the disk that does not want to work, you may have a more modern model than mine, mine has an AMD Ryzen 7 3750H

as you can see (low dx), i’ve changed the original disk and memory.
That disk it’s an nvme (as the kingston you have).
If you want i can take a photo also of the phisical disk, but i think it’s not as useful as the hwinfo screen

Thank you very much for your information, I have put a WD Blue SN570 NVMe on it and it has recognized it without problems, it seems that the hard drive had the firmware altered since the interface is SATA and used the NVMe protocol