I got a new hard drive and installed windows on it but my system refuses to start up off the SSD. I know windows is on the SSD and it’s not starting up off that because I checked on startup configuration and it’s still booting up off my c drive. I’ve gone into my BIOS and put the #1 option as the SSD but it doesn’t start up unless I use the HDD. The #1 option has to be Windows manager(WDC bunch of numbers) which is my HDD and even when I unplug the HDDs it still leaves me black screened telling me to select the correct boot disk. I have an970 evo plus SSD and gigabyte z370 motherboard if that is if any use. I don’t know how to make it work off the SSD, I’ve tried the bios multiple times. One thing that I noticed is that in disk management is that the SSD doesn’t have a recovery partition (it does have an EFI partition ) and the primary partition of the SSD doesn’t say “boot” while the primary partition of the HDD does say “boot” (along with a bunch of other things) any help is appreciated. Also the EFI partition on the ssd is around 300-400 mb while the EFI partition in the HDD is 99 or so.