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blisterx1
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Cannot boot from the 2nd m.2 NVME SSD

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HP Z4 G4 Workstation (1JP11AV)
Microsoft Windows 11

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HP Z4 G4 with OS Win 11 21H2
1. A 1 TB NVME SSDis installed and win 11 is configured and is running without problems

2. Now a new NVME-SSD (Sam 970 Evo plus, 500 GB) was installed.

3. The size of the 1 TB SSD was reduced to about 400 GB  leaving the rest as unassigned space.

4. From the reduced  1TB SSD an image has been created

5. This image was afterward restored to the Sam 970  Evo plus SSD

So far all worked fine.

Now trying to boot from the Sam 970 SSD however did not work. Booting is always from the 

size reduced 1 TB SSD

Trying to change the boot order in Bios (Ver. 2.78) had no effect.

What is the problem ?
Thanks for help

 

 

 

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Prométhée
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Hi

Stupid question, sorry
did you remove the old one to test?

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