There are no specific bootable utilities for an SSD.
I would test by substituting a hard drive (or even another SSD) for the SSD and installing Windows on that (this is only temporary, so you won't have to worry about activating it)
Then see if the problem recurs.
If you don't have a hard drive/SSD to try this on, you can always purchase one from a store that will allow returns (that way you can get your money back if you don't need it).
Hard drives can still be visible in the BIOS, even if there is a problem with a cable.
BUT, if you don't have any cables handy (or can't borrow them), then hold off on that for now.
You can always purchase them from a store that will allow returns (that way you can get your money back if you don't need them).
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