troubleshooting Question

After reformating drives and installing windows PC wont boot

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EncryptionSoftwareWindows 10DellInstallation
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We picked up 3 PC's to build out for VPN access. They are dell Inspiron's. They came with a ssd 128GB and a sata 1tb drive  in them (the bios had raid enabled) our encryption software doesn't play nice with this config and we didn't need or want this but we needed 3 PC's and this is what the store had I usually get them online but my first 5 took over a week longer than expected to get delivered so we didn't want to risk it. So I pulled the a harddrive (Ive tried both) then booted to a Windows 10 image and deleted the partitions and reformatted the drive and installed windows. After the installation completed and the system reboots it comes up with a BIOS error stating "No Boot Devices Found".
I have tried booting in Legacy and UEFI mode and some other things in the BIOS but I can seem to get it working. Any idea's???
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