Question How to boot windows from you SSD?

PC Tailor

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Basically you access your BIOS (Usually DEL, F2 or F12). Then locate your boot priority settings and move the HDD to the top of the list.

Problem being is I wouldn't expect a power outage to change which device it booted from unless there was an actual problem with the original boot device itself.
 
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Basically you access your BIOS (Usually DEL, F2 or F12). Then locate your boot priority settings and move the HDD to the top of the list.

Problem being is I wouldn't expect a power outage to change which device it booted from unless there was an actual problem with the original boot device itself.
My original boot is from the HDD but i bought a new SSD 3 days ago and the mechanists set the boot to SSD, idk how the power outage make the HDD as boot priority. Maybe my SSD boot has a problem because of the power outage idk :/
 

Ralston18

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How old is the motherboard's CMOS battery?

Normally the battery lasts a long time but such things are being made more cheaply and do not last as long now.

As mentioned, a power outage should not have changed the boot order per ser. But if the battery is weak then the stored settings can be lost.

Incorrect system date and time is a good clue.

FYI:

https://www.lifewire.com/what-is-cmos-2625826

Just a thought....
 
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