[SOLVED] Dell boot sequence in bios

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Same thing my friend. No bootable devices found when I unplug my HDD...but the clone was a success. I did however use EaseUS again because Samsung was over their daily download limit. Do you think it could be the software doing me a disservice??
 
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Unless I'm mistaken, I am checking as we speak, and it seems that EaseUs doesnt let me clone multiple partitions at once. No I have only been cloning the main C: so what you're saying makes great sense. But when I attempt to select multiple partitions to clone, it just changes from one to the next...it does not select multiple. Shall I download the other application you suggested next to Samsung's?
 
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I've got no luck tonight. Sorry to keep bugging you. Macrium is telling me I've got insufficient space to hold about 120 gigs, on a 500gb drive? I have tried everything, it looks perfect to me, but clicking next gives me the same error every time. "Not all files transferred: Insufficient space"
 

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I've got no luck tonight. Sorry to keep bugging you. Macrium is telling me I've got insufficient space to hold about 120 gigs, on a 500gb drive? I have tried everything, it looks perfect to me, but clicking next gives me the same error every time. "Not all files transferred: Insufficient space"
For a 500GB target drive, the source data must be below 400GB.
No exceptions.

Delete some stuff.
 
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I'm trying to individually click and drag each partition now, it was suggested elsewhere in a forum...I dont know what to say, I'll do my best, I appreciate your help.
 
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All of that worked wonderfully, I'd like to thank you alot. One last question for tomorrow though, or anyone watching tonight.

Now that I've got my HDD unplugged, to allow for my PC to boot naturally from it's secondary drive...if I plug my HDD back in, will it not boot from that again automatically? If not. Great. If so. How do I get around that?
 

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