I'm having a hell of a hard time getting my 1.2TB Intel 750 SSD to boot Windows 10. I installed the SSD correctly and it was recognized by Windows just fine. I then ran the Acronis 2018 Clone drive tool and cloned my existing Windows drive to the 750 - and all seemed well. However, when I disconnect the spinning hard drive and try to boot from the 750, I don't see it in the boot menu or listed anywhere in the bios.
I have a Supermicro X10DRG-Q motherboard with two Xeon processors. I also have 128GB of RAM and no other drives connected. Does anyone have any tips for me? I really need this to work since I'm writing an article about this system for publication in an HPC-related online news site.
Thanks in advance!!
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We understand that you're having problems to boot from your Intel® Solid State Drive 750 Series after cloning the data from a the previously installed drive.
In order to better assist you, we would like to know the following:
- What's the original drive make and model?
- Was the original drive partition system MBR (booting in Legacy Mode) or GPT (booting in UEFI mode)?
- Is the option "Fast Boot" disabled on BIOS (if present)?
- Is your Intel® Solid State Drive 750 the 1/2 Height or 2.5" version?