I've just installed a new SSD on my laptop instead of the previous HDD.
When only the SSD is connected - everything works great (I've copied the OS and data from the HDD to the SSD). But when I also connect the HDD, the laptop doesn't succeed booting from the SSD.
- I can boot from SSD if it's the only drive connected.
- The laptop did succeed in booting from the old HDD when both are connected.
- I've tried changing the boot order and also deleted the HDD from boot options, but it's still not booting.
I thought that maybe the fact that I still have partitions and OS on my HDD interrupts the SSD from booting, but it's weird cause it shouldn't affect anything (from what I know) if the HDD is not even a boot option.
- I've copied everything from the HDD to the SSD with Samsung Data Migration utility.
- It's an Asus laptop (n550jv) if that matters.
- The SSD is connected where the HDD was.
- The HDD is connected with HDD caddy instead of the CD-ROM.
Is there some boot configuration I can set? Or will I have to format my HDD and start using it fresh?