A few months ago, I got an error while booting my PC that said it couldn’t sign me into my account and that it signed me into a temporary account. I’ve been too busy to mess with it and decided I’d leave it alone for the time being. I think what happened is my SSD (my original boot drive) came lose and got disconnected, and when that happened my PC booted up from my HDD even after I plugged the SSD back in. When I go into my files, the SSD shows up on the bar on the left side. When I try to click on any applications downloaded onto the SSD, it says the file can’t be found or something along those lines...none of the applications on the SSD will run. When I go to msconfig and try to switch my boot drive back to the SSD, the only hard drive shown is the HDD. I’m confused as to how the SSD is being detected but I can’t make it my boot drive and I can’t run any applications downloaded on it. Do I have to transfer over anything I need from the SSD that isn’t an application, then wipe it and redownload windows onto it and make it my boot drive again, then redownload all the lost applications? Or is there a better/easier way to fix it?