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David471
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Bios selecting boot drive

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Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I cloned my C drive to an NVME M.2 SSD drive.  Now I have 2 boot drives in my Laptop.

When I boot up It goes to my original C drive and the other drive does not show up.  If I power on and hit esc a menu comes up and one of the options is select boot drive F9.  I hit f9 and then both drives show up and I can boot with the SSD.

I go to the Bios which is Insyde E.58 and go into the bios.  I pick the boot option and it gives me the two drives:  Uefl Windows Toshiba MqoF100 Drive (C Drive) and CCT500P5D81 (NVMS M.2 SSD).  The Toshiba drive is selected and it will not let me select the SSD drive.  HOW CAN I SELECT THE SSD DRIVE?

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@David471 

Does it boot with only the NVMe drive present?



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