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bios detects ssd but wont find windows in it

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Posted · Original PosterOP

when i try to boot to windows error pops out that i dont have os installed, but on another pc everything works just fine, any ideas what's coud be wrong ?

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welcome to the Linus Tech tips forums!

 

you'll have to go to your computer management tools to make it OS ready.

control panel->administrative tools->computer management->storage->disk management

the new drive should show up there.

right click the drive and start the process.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
19 minutes ago, airdeano said:

welcome to the Linus Tech tips forums!

 

you'll have to go to your computer management tools to make it OS ready.

control panel->administrative tools->computer management->storage->disk management

the new drive should show up there.

right click the drive and start the process.

i have only one drive, and it has windows installed, and i cant boot into windows becose bios cant find os in there, but on the other pc it boots just fine

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my error, the OS cannot be seen after POST.

then it sounds like the bootloader for the OS is corrupt or damaged.

when you installed the OS the first time with your USB, you can repair the OS or re-install OS.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 hour ago, airdeano said:

my error, the OS cannot be seen after POST.

then it sounds like the bootloader for the OS is corrupt or damaged.

when you installed the OS the first time with your USB, you can repair the OS or re-install OS.

i try to fix it, but when i insert ssd in to another pc, it boots properly

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What mother board do you have? I had issues with my EVGA Z370 FTW not seeing my 850 EVO as a bot drive unless I set the boot mode option to "Legacy" and not UEFI which did fix the issue. Dig around your BIOS and see what you can find in terms of boot mode options. I realize your post says the bios sees it but you never know

 

 

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