Windows 10: Can Boot Manager on Disk 1 be removed from bios? Solved


  1. Posts : 19
    Windows 10 Pro 64bit
       25 Aug 2015 #1

    Can Boot Manager on Disk 1 be removed from bios?


    Migrated OS 8.1 from HDD to SSD . Migration software installed command line in bios "Boot Manager on Disk 1". If I do a format of SSD will bios revert to original without the reference to disk 1. I intend on doing a clean install of Windows 10 retail version in UEFI mode.
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  2. Posts : 101
    Windows 8.1 pro upgraded to Windows 10 pro
       25 Aug 2015 #2

    boot manager isn't in the bios its on the hard drive

    do a google search for boot manager recovery using bcdedit there are tutorials out there to help you fix the boot manager issue
    but if you're intending on doing a clean install on the SSD drive it'll correct itself but its best to remove the other harddrive from the system then perform a clean install
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  3. Posts : 19
    Windows 10 Pro 64bit
    Thread Starter
       27 Aug 2015 #3

    Thanks you were correct. Bios was restored to original settings after I did a clean install today.
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