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MukundTST
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M.2 SSD NVMe not detected in BIOS

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I have installed M.2 SSD NVMe of 240GB in HP 15q -ds0043tu laptop and cloned C;/ drive to SSD. It is visible in disk management but in BIOS it is not being detected . There are limited options in BIOS setup.

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@MukundTST wrote:

I have installed M.2 SSD NVMe of 240GB in HP 15q -ds0043tu laptop and cloned C;/ drive to SSD. It is visible in disk management but in BIOS it is not being detected . 


So you only cloned c: drive to the SSD? You didn't clone the entire HDD? BIOS looks for and launches the boot loader which then loads up the Windows. The boot loader resides in a small hidden partition. Without this partition cloned to your SSD, it won't appear on the Boot Option menu.

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