I have a Samsung NP770Z7E laptop that came with Windows 8 pre-installed.
Yesterday, I installed a SSD in place of the HDD, and put the HDD in place of the optical bay, that I don't really use.
Now, I went to the F4 Recovery and copied the factory image to SSD. But I can't boot from it, it always boots to the HDD Windows.
I also tried booting from a USB Pen with Windows 8.1 to try to clean install in on the SSD, but I can't boot from it either. On the drive selection menu, when I start the pc, the only option that appears is "Windows Boot Manager".
I'm sure the USB pen is bootable as I used Rufus and made sure to select the "GPT partition scheme for UEFI computer" option, and made sure it was FAT32.
I also disabled Fast Bios, Secure Boot and set OS Mode Selection as "UEFI & CSM OS".
I'm not sure what else to do... Is there a simple option to tell the boot manager to boot from the ssd?