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New SSD unmountable boot volume

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i installed a new ssd. i cloned my hdd to my ssd and changed boot priority one from boot manager(old drive) to boot manager (new ssd) and received a blue scree with the code unmountable boot volume. i switch back and it booted fine but am now still not utilizing my ssd

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you could try a start up repair, might work. use diskpart in cmd to check for issues with labeling, or try cloning it again, maybe with a different program. the best solution would be a fresh windows installation.  a clone isn't a good option.

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