I installed a new SSD in my computer to add extra storage for sounds. After installing the SSD my bios reset and my other SSD that has my OS on it would not boot anymore. I inserted the thumb drive with the OS software on it and tried using CMD to fix boot but the SSD did not have anymore space on it to create a partition for boot. If I install a fresh version of the OS on another SSD then delete some of the files on the old SSD to create space for a CMD boot fix would that allow me to reuse that SSD for the OS? Or will I have to move all of my files from it and scrap it? When I checked the status of the SSD with my OS it was healthy and all of my files were still in place. Looking for any suggestions that will help.