|08 Sep 2012||#1|
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Booting from SSD: How to force it in bios
I made a major change where I installed a new motherboard from Gigabyte. At the same time, I re-installed an old hard disk so I can use it for data storage .
Problem is, that old hard disk had a Win 7 installed and it boot from this one insted of my SSD drive. The SSD drive was already in my machine before the motherboard swap.
I look up in my bios boot sequence and the SSD does not appear. But it is available from the list when I press the F12 for the boot selection.
I'm not an expert and I'm a bit (maybe a lot) loss with all these aptions.
Any help appreciated
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