I just cloned my windows 10 from my HDD to my SDD and changed my boot drive to ssd but something still wrong.


(LINK)http://imgur.com/a/JM4SH

I just cloned my HDD to my SDD and I changed my boot order but for some reason windows seems to still be using the HDD. I just want windows to use my SSD for faster boot and GUI interface. So I cant really tell if its using it or not because in the image link it shows the windows 10 sign by my HDD

C:-is my HDD
E:-is my SDD
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  1. Hey there, Asheton.

    It seems like you've booted to Windows by using your HDD. Make sure that you select save & exit after you change the boot priority order. You should also try booting to Windows with just the SSD connected to your motherboard, to see if everything works fine.

    Please let me know how it goes.
    Boogieman_WD
  2. Boogieman_WD said:
    Hey there, Asheton.

    It seems like you've booted to Windows by using your HDD. Make sure that you select save & exit after you change the boot priority order. You should also try booting to Windows with just the SSD connected to your motherboard, to see if everything works fine.

    Please let me know how it goes.
    Boogieman_WD



    Booting with just the SDD and having the HDD disconnected from the motherboard. My result was the Windows 10 boot spin never stopped.
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