John asked in Computers & InternetSoftware · 3 years ago

Installed a fresh/clean copy of Windows 10 on my new SSD and I want to use the old HDD as a storage drive but..?

Every time I start my computer up, it wants to boot into the storage drive by default and not the SSD with Windows on it. I formatted the storage HDD using disk management and still nothing. If I go into the boot menu of my computer, the os boot manager still shows as the old HDD. How do I make it so that Windows boots into the SSD automatically and so that I don t have to boot into it manually?

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  • Aaron
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    3 years ago
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    You have to go into your BIOS and change the boot priority there -- making the SSD as the primary boot device.

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