Clone the hdd to the ssd.
Plug the ssd into sata port 0.
I built a fresh PC & I am not able to boot my computer with the Windows on the SSD. When initially installing we could see the SSD in the BIOS but could not get Windows to install onto it. I opted to get the PC up and running and worry about this later. So Windows 10 was installed on the conventional hard drive along with drivers for everything else.
I found a guide online of how to migrate windows onto an SSD. Following this guide I copied my hard drive contents onto the SSD and attempted to reformat the conventional hard dive but the PC would not do this as thats the drive it was currently booted from. At that point we went into the BIOS screen on startup and selected the SSD as the primary boot device. The PC was still booting from the conventional drive. I then turned the machine off, opened it up and swapped where the SSD & Conventional Hard drive were plugged into the mother board. The PC booted up in the Conventional Drive again. Next I turned it off and unplugged the other hard drive so only the SSD was plugged in. The computer would then not boot up at all. Only the BIOS was accessible.
How can I get my computer to boot up and run on the Windows installation on the Kingston SSD? I can see the SSD in the folder/my computer area and I can store files on it perfectly fine. I can see that windows is on it as well but I cannot boot up and run that copy of Windows. Guidance would be appreciated.