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Windows wont boots from the corect drive.

I just got my New tb tb ssd, installed windows on it and set it as 1. boot option in the Bios.

However... I still boot into my old 250gb ssd every damn time.

Old ssd shows as C

New ssd shows as F

What is the problem here?

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I would recommend going to your motherboard bios menu and select your new tb HDD as the primary boot device 

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Go back in to the bios and set the boot priority again. Make sure you save the settings before you exit the bios. If that still doesn't work, unplug the other drives and see if it will boot in to the new drive when it's the only one installed. If not, reinstall windows on it.

 

 

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i already wrote, that i did just that.

 

Primary boot option is: Samsung ssd 1tb

 

and every time. it boots into my old fucking ssd.

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14 minutes ago, Umbranoctuna said:

i already wrote, that i did just that.

 

Primary boot option is: Samsung ssd 1tb

 

and every time. it boots into my old fucking ssd.

Did you delete older drive from boot menu? One of my laptop did  that after I added a SSD as boot drive and deleting the older boot drive helped. If that does not work, back up your 250GB SSD and format it. May be that will help.

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So i somehow worked something out.
 

i Cloned my old ssd to the new ssd With samsung migrating tool, and now i actually boot from the new one. 

iam not toaly happy, since its no clean reinstall, but at least it works now.
also iam scared of reinstalling, bc it might not work again.

 

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