AFTER HD TO SSD CLONING, SSD DOES NOT BOOT
USING ACRONIS TRUE IMAGE OEM (comes with ssd kingston)
My internal hd 1000GB (SATA INTERFACE) on motherboard asus z390-h was cloned to kingston ssd A1000 960GB NVMe PCI-Express. After cloning process concluded, the SSD is not able to boot. There is windows error when windows 10 is starting. The HD interface sata is disk 0, and the ssd is disk 2. The boot order was configured to SSD boot first and older HD second boot priority. If I try boot with older hd boot suceeds.
Is it necessary to remove older hd cloned in order to ssd boot has sucess?
HD (original windows C: system) was clonned is associated to disk 0 (sata)
Backup HD is associated to disk 1 (sata)
SSD is associated to disk 2 (PCI-EXPRESS NMVe)
After cloning ssd, ssd contents is shown in windows as drive E: The files of windows are present in ssd cloned but the ssd is not bootable: an error is presented during windows starting (blue screen windows stop code).,
At bios setup is shown UEFI BOOT Windows Boot Manager of both ssd and hd. When ssd Windows Boot Manager is setup for first boot, the boot fails with windows error.
Any help about this issue?