I recently bought a SSD to install my OS on it and use my HDD for other files.
But when I tried to install the OS with only the SSD, it gave me an error: “No bootable partition”
Then I tried with my HDD and SSD together and then it gave me the error: “Cannot boot from cd: code 5”
So I booted my system up on my HDD (The drive I normally run my pc on) and placed the DVD in the drive and installed it from there.
It worked but i didn’t notice any difference when starting up so I looked what it could be and found that the partition: “System Reserved” Is installed on The HDD witch I use to store other files.
I searched it up and found that that partition is necessary for booting up your drives.
So I tried moving the partition with ‘minitool partition wizard’ to my SSD but it didn’t work. I didn’t tried to delete it.
Then I tried to put the windows 7 disk in my cd-drive when booted up (on my SSD). And remove the cables connecting the HDD when running ( I know that isn’t good) hoping that a new partition will be created (and not on the HDD), but it gave me an error. It does works when the HDD is connected.
And it’s definitely not my windows 7 disk, it works fine on other computers and even on mine before the SSD.
Does anyone have a solution for it so i can run my pc with only my SDD Installed?