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05-08-2021 07:37 AM
I install samsung 970 evoplus nvme m.2 ssd in my laptop . When i opean disk management i can the ssd is detected in the system and i clone my windows operating system from HDD to SSD . so when i opean the bios and try to boot the os from the ssd the ssd is not detected in the bios. so i kindely request please solve my problem fast.
05-08-2021 09:27 AM
Temporarily disconnect the 2.5" drive, and the notebook should boot from the SSD.
Make sure everything is working normally.
Then remove Windows from the 2.5" drive because the notebook will always want to boot from the 2.5" drive first if it has an operating system on it.
05-08-2021 11:11 AM
any other soluation . i have already deleted the os from the hard disk . The samsung ssd drive is become my c drive but the bios is still not detecting the ssd. Now i need to manually select the disk for boot . i have done my cloneing process through the samsung data migration software after the mirgration process the system automatically shut down and boot the os from ssd
BUT THE BIOS DIDNOT DETECT THE SSD??
05-08-2021 12:11 PM
Unfortunately, I don't have any other ideas for you to try.
There are other models where you cannot change the boot options in the BIOS and as long as you have no OS on the hard drive, the PC boots from the SSD, and from what you wrote, you already plugged in the M.2 drive first, and then reconnected the hard drive, so it should just automatically boot from the SSD.
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