I understand, however, when my system boots it goes to UEFI Boot Manager. How can I change to go to legacy Boot Order - means it must pick up the new SSD and boot Windows there instead of UEFI Boot Manager where I have a different Windows Installed?
When Legacy Support is enabled, UEFI boot order and Legacy boot order are both available and UEFI boot order has a higher priority than the Legacy boot order.
This is what I want to change if possible or any alternate solution.
OK, I understand the question, but the only way I know to do this is to go into the UEFI settings, disable Secure Boot, and force the mode to be Legacy(CSM). If that does not work for your model PC, I don't know what else to tell you.
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No worries, it does not boot from the legacy boot, whatever I do.
I may need to move the OS Boot manager to SSD to make this happen. Let me know if there is a way to do that with HP Pavilion. I have seen a few paid software that helps to move Boot Manager to SSD. But I want to know if there is any other way around.
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