Getting the Boot MGR missing message after cloning  

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    So basically, I should just move whatever takes up most of the space such as videos and games and not touch anything else?
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    Ghost Prodigy said:
    So basically, I should just move whatever takes up most of the space such as videos and games and not touch anything else?
    Yep, this is the first step. You'll free up the space in the SSD.
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       #23

    topgundcp said:
    Yep, this is the first step. You'll free up the space in the SSD.


    Any chance you can confirm that everything is fine before I wipe the HDD? The A drive is the HDD now and I was able to boot from the SSD perfectly fine via the bios (didn't unplug the HDD)
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