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Can't boot from HDD after i plugged a new m.2 SSD in.

hello guys i dont have general hardware knowledge and i need help.

I build a windows 10 PC a while ago, and i bought a m.2 SSD today.

i wanted to clone my OS from my HDD to the new m.2 SSD, so i just simply plugged the SSD in and turned the PC on.

But the BIOS boots every time after that.

So i guessed that i should change the boot option to HDD but only 1 boot option shows up.

Also PC booted normally when i plugged out the m.2 ssd.

How can i boot from my HDD?
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    Change SATA port for HDD, on some systems M.2 would incapacitate one SATA port.
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  2. CountMike said:
    Change SATA port for HDD, on some systems M.2 would incapacitate one SATA port.


    Thank you! Someone told me that on my mother bord the sata port 1 and m.2 was shared so i changed the HDD to port 2 and now its working! again thank you!
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