I didn’t want to format it, I had to make secure erase, but after that it doesn’t boot anymore and it is not possible to create any partitions on it
I’m a bit confused at what you were trying to do. You didn’t want to format it, so you performed a secure erase on it. Regardless on which method you went with, data on the drive would have been erased, with the secure erase removing all partitions and preventing the recovery of data with any kind of software. You wiped off everything from your SSD, so you’ll need to start all over. Formatting would have kept the partitions in tact, and as long as you didn’t format the partition that your OS resided on and/or any partitions that it relies on, it would still be bootable.
Assuming that you were running Windows 10 as your OS, you should have tried its built in recovery options first. Windows 10 has the option to reinstall itself with a fresh copy, and preserve your personal files if you so choose. To reinstall now, you’ll have to use the recovery media that was provided by your OEM (if applicable and that you created it), or visit this website to download and create a Windows 10 installation media drive. Boot off that drive in order to install Windows off of it. During the setup process, it will prompt you to create and format a partition for your SSD drive.