Your Motherboard has a very recent BIOS update. But it is BETA : ASRock > Z77 Extreme4-M
Beta BIOSPlease read below information
Version Date Size Update BIOS Under
/ How to Update
Description Download [Beta] 1.90 2018/5/21 4.19MB Instant Flash Update CPU Microcode Global China
It is a good chance updating the BIOS to the latest version might make your SSDs compatible with your motherboard. Otherwise, all other drivers for Windows 10 haven't been updated on your motherboard since at least 2016.
It is possible your SSD is not compatible with your Motherboard. But here is a very good link on how to get a SSD to work on a motherboard: Forum - [Guide] How to get full NVMe support for all Systems with an AMI UEFI BIOS and thread from Asrock Forum where I found the above mentioned link: Z77 Extreme 4 NVME PCI-E SSD BOOTING! - ASRock Forums