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PC Doesn't Detect with Sata Port But Detects When Connected Externally

I built a new sff pc. I have a 512 gb nvme ssd. I had a old 1.5 tb drive from a laptop. Samsung Spinpoint M9T 1.5TB ST1500LM006. When I connect it via hdd box with usb3, all is ok. I can see the drive. Shows up in file explorer, device management and disk management. But when I connect it inside the case, it doesn't show up in bios, device or disk management, diskpart, windows installation screen. Different disks works and I can see them in windows so I know motherboard and cables isn't faulty.

Things I've tried and failed:

- Deleted partitions.

- Created partitions.

- Formatted.

- Unformatted.

- Different sata and power cables many times.

- Different sata ports.

- Cleaned the disk with diskpart.

- Sata settings in bios.

- Changed it to mbr and gpt.

My system:

- MSI B450I Gaming Plus AC

- Amd Ryzen 3600

- Palit 1660ti

- Adata SX8200 512 GB

- Corsair SF450

This is the weirdest problem I've came across in my 20 years of computer journey. There is not a single problem I couldn't solve or go around with the help of google and forums like this but this one, I couldn't tackle.
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