Windows 10 installation on NVME

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    What do you mean by "the command didn't work"? Did you get an error message? It should look like this example:

    Next, if the menu still doesn't appear when you keep repeatedly pressing F8 during boot, also refer to this:

    LegacyBootMenu cant make it work, help!

    Enable or Disable F8 Advanced Boot Options in Windows 10
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    For some reason it did not recognise the bcedit command even when i was in the right drive
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    Did you make a typo in the command? If the error message you got was saying "not recoginized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch", then that would immediately explain it.
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    LeDuck said:
    For some reason it did not recognise the bcedit
    It's not "bcedit".
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    Oh, i forgot a space. But still when i followed all instructions it did not boot over the NVME.
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    Hello @LeDuck,

    LeDuck said:
    Oh, I forgot a space.
    It is actually bcdedit.
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    So i have another question: in a german forum i found someone with a similar issue. Do i need the install to be for UEFI or Legacy? Because there is a tool to make the install Drive for UEFI or Legacy. I think i would need UEFI or am i wrong (probably because nothing is working)

    So because the problem still it that the drive is not recognised as a bootable drive, can someone give me some checks/step to step guide on hoe to troubleshoot? Sorry if im being dumb, i had a really rough week.
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    Windows 10 Home x64 Version 22H2 Build 19045.4170

    1 Do the same as you did when you first installed Windows 10 on that computer. Changing the type of disk to SSD does not change this aspect of it.
    - If your boot menu shows an option to boot the USB using Uefi then take it.
    - If it does not specifically offer than chance then it means it can only install as legacy [Bios].

    2 Test whether or not you need to add a particular driver to your installation USB for your NVMe disk to be recognised.
    Test for possible NVMe missing - NavyLCdr #9 - ElevenForum
    Source of necessary IRST driver - NavyLCdr #15 - ElevenForum

    Best of luck,
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    Thanks, ill try that. Otherwise, Iíll just try to use Samsung Data migration when i can get my old hdd to work again. At least Samsung says that you can migrate the data from HDD to SSD, so this should work right? Because the problem is the booting if i understand it correctly.
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