I installed an SSD in my brand new Satellite L55 C5256 and have a Windows ISO on a USB that I was going to install. Upon booting, I couldn't get into BIOS, rather immediately displayed upon hitting the power button was only something like "No bootable device found". So I thought, I'll reset the CMOS hoping it would reset the BIOS and let me in. So I opened it up, disconnected the main battery and the CMOS battery, waited a few minutes, held the power button for 30 seconds, and then put it back together and plugged it in to AC power. Now, I get no activity whatsoever when I hit the power button, no attempt to POST, no LED's, nothing.
I redid the entire process to make sure the connectors were seated properly and the BIOS memory was completely drained with the same results.
Attached is a shot with the connectors that I disconnected circled.
Any insight provided will be much appreciated.
Edited by filonowst, 06 March 2016 - 07:31 PM.