I have bought a Intel 660p 1TB M.2 and after formating the drive to be the E drive on Windows 10, I used Intel's Data Migration Software to clone my SSD (Crucial MX300 525GB) to my newly installed M.2. After cloning the drive, I went into BIOS and changed which drive boots first, with the M.2 before the SSD. The SSD then loaded but not the M.2, and the M.2 wasn't shown as the E drive, but was still detected, now with data on the computer management program. I then unplugged the SSD and made sure that the M.2 was detected, and booted up the system to a load error. I switched the loading of the M.2 to after the Windows Boot Manager in BIOS, but the same error occurred, and when I load my SSD when plugged in, the same thing happens from the start where the SSD Windows loads, but the M.2 doesn't and is only detectable on Windows through the Computer Management program. Is there anything I can do to fix this so the M.2 loads as the boot drive instead of the SSD?