I have a laptop with two drives :
- small SSD (with windows)
- HDD (half linux, half data) I wanted to replace the HDD with a new SSD (samsung evo) with the same size. So I cloned everything to the new SSD but it didn't want to boot on it. I have a black screen
So I tried something else:
- I deleted grub to boot directly in windows
- I formatted the new SSD in ntfs
- I replaced the old HDD by the new SSD (empty)
Now I have a black screen again on boot, I cannot even access to the BIOS
I checked everything :
the sata cable works fine, If I plug the old HDD it works fine
the SSD works fine, I tried it thanks to sata -> USB cable. I even tried to install a system on it and I could boot on it through the usb port.
If I just remove the disk (so there's only the small ssd with windows), it works and it boots on windows
So I was thinking maybe it was due to the alimentation but again I don't understand how it could be possible. Both are 5V and normally, a SSD should consume less power than HDD.
Does anyone know how I could fix this problem ?