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Kanbo8695
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No Bootable Device found in your hard disk

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Hello everybody, I just bought an HP laptop with 500GB SSD and 32GB optane. Yesterday, I just wanted to replace the optane with the new M.2 SSD 500GB, and I have followed the instruction to disable optane in Intel Optane Storage and Management. However, after disabled and removed this card, and replaced with the Crucial NMVE M.2 SSD, I cannot boot my laptop, and it keeps always " Bootable Device Not Found."

I have tried to re-install back the Optane, and it can start again but the error always happens when I removed the Optane and replace it with the new M.2 SSD card. I have no ideas on what I did wrong please help me!!! 

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@Kanbo8695 , welcome to the forum.

 

If you are using the new M.2 as the boot drive, did you go into the BIOS/UEFI and set it as the boot drive?  Also, did you clone the original SSD to the new SSD or do a clean install of Windows?



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