HP Omen 15
1 original HDD 1Tb with windows 10
1 M2 SSD 500Gb with Windows 10 Pro (I initially cloned HDD to SSD)
See diskpart disk/vol - my main system is in Volume 4 (drive E:) on SSD
motherboard died and had to send the laptop for warranty repair (without the SSD). They replaced it.
For those who face the same issue, I do manage to boot on my SSD through one of the following way:
- Best workaround: using easyUEFI, I managed to update the existing "Windows Boot Manager" entry to target the SSD instead of the HDD - I added my SSD windows installation through my HDD windows system recovery menu, which had the effect of popping up a screen to let me choose between the 2 install at startup. I'm not happy as I'd like to be able to select the default system from the BIOS UEFI menu - I can access the SSD windows EFI file through the basic boot device menu (See this). But it's not a stable solution
I want 2 Windows Boot Manager entries into UEFI Boot options, 1 for each disk/system.
What I've tried
- rebuilding BCD through System recovery cmd with
bcdbootand so on...
- playing with VisualBCD, but I'm afraid of destroying something
Thanks in advance, any help is appreciated !