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tonywesley100
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Can't change boot order to boot from SSD

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HP 8000 Elite SFF
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Hi, I've cloned my "C" drive onto the SSD drive, using Acronis. Before replacing the "C" Drive with the SSD drive, I want to test it out, so I've been trying to change the BIOS to boot from the SSD instead of the "C" drive. In the boot order menu it only shows Hard Drive and underneath, indented, it shows Integrated SATA. If I go into hard drive configuration, it  correctly shows the attributes of the SATA and SSD drive  and also shows the DVD Drive on SATA1, Hard Drive SATA0 and the new SSD Drive on SATA2.             On You Tube a guy says you need to change the BBS priorities, so that it boots from the SSD but I can't see anything like this on the HP Bios Menus?

Thanking anyone who can assist, in anticipation 🙂

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It's OK - I worked it out myself 🙂 Reversed the SATA cables, so that HDD was now in SATA2 and the SSD in SATA0. So, I guess it will only boot from SATA0 and 1, which connects my DVD drive. 🙂  Now it's so quick to boot and everything is so much faster! Brilliant!  🙂

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It's OK - I worked it out myself 🙂 Reversed the SATA cables, so that HDD was now in SATA2 and the SSD in SATA0. So, I guess it will only boot from SATA0 and 1, which connects my DVD drive. 🙂  Now it's so quick to boot and everything is so much faster! Brilliant!  🙂

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We are glad that you managed to solve the problem;)

 

Thank you for describing the procedure performed. Thus, you will be helping other users who have the same
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