My pc won't find my hdd when booting up.

  Yuxa 11:29 16 Apr 2019

I bought a new m.2 ssd and put it in my pc after starting it i got the message to select a valid boot up device, so i opened up my BIOS and looked for my hdd to put as boot up (windows 10 is only on my hdd, my ssd is still empty). I could only find 2 options as boot up. 1 being my ssd and the second was a dvd. So after many restarts and trying, i decided to look if my pc would detect my hdd if i removed the ssd. There was no problem detecting my hdd after i removed my ssd. Any solutions for this?

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 15:47 16 Apr 2019

You may have to put the HDD into an external caddy and clone the HDD to the SSD

click here sure if Easus has a rescue / boot disk to do this.


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