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Khushaltiwary
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My new crucial p2 ssd type m.2 nvme is not detected by bios but shown in my computer's

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Pavillion 15 series 15bc 406tx
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I have installed new ssd of crucial p2 nand nvme pcle m.2 500 gb 

My laptop has I company fitted hdd of 1 tb and now ssd of type m.2 500 gb 

I did os copy using 3rd party software like Macaron 

It successfully copies my C drive containing os in hdd to G drive containing clone verson of is in ssd 

Problem is now my laptop is booting using hdd not ssd

Inside Bios priority order my ssd is not shown 

I got safe mode off and legacy mode on .

Thanks 

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Paul_Tikkanen
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Hi:

 

The PC will always want to boot from the 2.5" hard drive when there is an operating system installed on it.

 

Temporarily disconnect the hard drive and make sure the PC will boot from the NVMe SSD without user intervention.

 

If it does, plug the 2.5" drive back in, format the drive and use it for storage only.

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