My PC has three drives: An SSD on which I installed Windows 10, an HDD on which Windows 7 was installed and a a hybrid drive on which no OS was installed although it is formatted.
Right now, the HDD with Windows 7 is primary and I’m always asked if I want to use Windows 7 or Windows 10 when I boot up the computer. I also think that my bootup times are limited by the slowness of the HDD.
I want to make the SSD with Windows 10 my only boot drive and disconnect my HDD.
So I go into the BIOS and select the SSD as my boot drive, easy, right? It says there’s a disk boot failure every time I try it. I have no problems using the SSD otherwise.
I tried only leaving the SSD connected but no.
So I switch SATA cables around and put the SSD into the SATA 3 0 motherboard port. Disk boot failure.
Google gives me no more pointers so I ask here.