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It was time to upgrade my system and I  got msi b560m bazooka motherboard, i5-11400f and 1x16 TForce ram for my pc and I decided to reuse my ssd that already has windows 10 on it. The problem is it's throwing me in bios every time pc boots up. All my drive show up. Maybe I have to set my ssd as a boot drive but I don't know how to do that and I don't even know if that's the issue. It was my first time messing around in a pc apart from upgrading gpu last year so I'll take any advice and tips I can get. Thanks.

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23 minutes ago, BananaBu said:

It was time to upgrade my system and I  got msi b560m bazooka motherboard, i5-11400f and 1x16 TForce ram for my pc and I decided to reuse my ssd that already has windows 10 on it. The problem is it's throwing me in bios every time pc boots up. All my drive show up. Maybe I have to set my ssd as a boot drive but I don't know how to do that and I don't even know if that's the issue. It was my first time messing around in a pc apart from upgrading gpu last year so I'll take any advice and tips I can get. Thanks.

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Try enabling CSM, I wonder if your old system was stuck in Legacy BIOS Mode. If so, UEFI only as the BIOS mode will not boot from your old Windows install. 

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Try booting into a Windows install USB. Don't install Windows, just boot into the USB. That should add the Windows boot manager to the BIOS. If you can reinstall Windows that's still best option since you did a platform upgrade.

 

Also you have 1 stick of RAM... If you can still return it and get 2 sticks that's much better. 1 stick will have a big performance hit.

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