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Boot Drive isn't Drive 0 in Diskpart

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Today I've been trying to reset my windows because it has been running slow recently and when cleaning my boot drive via Diskpart in the windows installer I noticed that it wasn't Disk 0 as it had always been. I can not remember an instance over the years and the many times I reset my windows when my boot drive wasn't Disk 0. Upon installing Windows to my SSD which was Disk 2 and restarting my PC it told me that there was no OS installed. Trying to boot into my SSD via Boot Override in my BIOS didn't help because I got presented with the same message. Does anyone know what to do here? Google sure wasn't that helpful...

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Pretty common, my boot drive is disk 2. Shouldn't have anything to do with your boot issues. 

 

Try to boot from all the drives. It sounds like you didn't disconnect all the other drives when you installed Windows so it will likely have put the boot partition on another one. 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
5 minutes ago, Kilrah said:

Pretty common, my boot drive is disk 2. Shouldn't have anything to do with your boot issues. 

 

Try to boot from all the drives. It sounds like you didn't disconnect all the other drives when you installed Windows so it will likely have put the boot partition on another one. 

I will give that a try thanks for the suggestion

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