Question from Marvin: I read your article about upgrading a computer by adding an SSD to make it run faster.
The following weekend I went to Best Buy and bought a 1TB SSD and cloned the contents of the existing 500GB hard disk onto it.
I then wiped the hard drive and installed the SSD in the computer, leaving the now-blank hard drive in place to store my data files on.
Everything works perfectly but something has me baffled. When I look in the BIOS it says the hard drive is set as the boot drive.
How is this machine booting into Windows when the boot drive is blank?