Windows 10: Booting from M2 SSD

Discus and support Booting from M2 SSD in Windows 10 Software and Apps to solve the problem; Hello,I had installed windows 10 on classic SSD and yesterday I bought new M2 SSD, plug in into my PC and install windows 11. I want to unplug the... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Software and Apps' started by MichalV1, Nov 26, 2022.

  1. MichalV1 Win User

    Booting from M2 SSD


    Hello,I had installed windows 10 on classic SSD and yesterday I bought new M2 SSD, plug in into my PC and install windows 11. I want to unplug the first SSD, but when I do it my PC not boot only Bios startup and I can't use this new M2 for boot. Can u please help with that if there is a way to move boot manager from old SSD to M2 SSD? In msconfig I see this but like i said after unplug classic SSD sata Windows 10 E I cant boot anything. Thank you very much

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    MichalV1, Nov 26, 2022
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  2. M2 SSDs

    Motherboard: Intel B560

    Processor: i511400

    OS: Windows 11

    SSD: Western Digital 2TB

    Windows won’t recognize me M2 SSD and I’m not sure why, I went to disk management and nothing. I went to the BIOS and it’s not showing there either. I used the cmd tool and put in the command’ disk list’, to no avail. Everything is tight and secure but nothing is popping up. Please advise.

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    StephanWilliams2, Nov 26, 2022
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  3. shminkie Win User
    M2 NVME SSD

    How much exactly does Windows 10 benefit from being installed on an M2 NVME SSD compared to a SATA-600 SSD ?

    Other than a faster boot time, how exactly does windows benefit from the direct connection to the cpu that an NVME SSD offers?
     
    shminkie, Nov 26, 2022
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  4. shminkie Win User

    Booting from M2 SSD

    M2 NVME SSD

    So you think it truly is worth it to have windows installed on an M2 NVME SSD instead of installing it on a sata-600 ssd and installing your most important software on the M2 NVME SSD ?
     
    shminkie, Nov 26, 2022
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