Hi all Hopefully someone can sort me out and this is a quick fix. I'm in the process of transferring a Windows 10 32bit partition to a Crucial SSD for my dad. Essentially I cloned the Win10 partition from an existing harddrive (WD 1tb) to a Crucial 250gb SSD using EaseUS Todo Backup. The cloned partition transferred fine and shows up as a drive with Win10 folders in Windows. After going into BIOS to set the boot order to the SSD first so I can boot into Win10 via the SSD I'm getting the error on startup 'Reboot and Select proper Boot device or Insert Boot Media in seleted Boot device and press a key'. I've tried disconnecting the old drive and just using the SSD to no avail. I've followed this tutorial to the letter: https://www.howtogeek.com/97242/how-to-migrate-windows-7-to-a-solid-state-drive/ Is there a problem with the boot sector etc and any ideas on how to fix so I can boot successfully from the SSD? Screenshot of BIOS showing all drives recognised: Screenshot of disk management - anything look odd here?