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    I have no idea what Samsung data migration can do. Perhaps it just copies your own files across rather than the whole OS with its applications & its drivers.

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       #22

    I looked it up and on the samsung website it says that it clones os and files, so it should be perfect if it works. And even when my Pc still doesnít boot over NVME then i can specify the issue better and limit it to the Settings on my Pc
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    Windows 10 Home x64 Version 22H2 Build 19045.3930
       #23

    Have you done the checks I suggested?
    I suggest you do them before trying anything else.

    Denis
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       #24

    You mean the check for missing drivers? Yes i looked it up and it didnít look like it had any trouble reading the partitions or something similar.
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       #25

    Try3 said:
    I have no idea what Samsung data migration can do. Perhaps it just copies your own files across rather than the whole OS with its applications & its drivers.

    Denis
    I think Samsung data migration does whole disk clone.

    How to Use Samsung's Data Migration Software | HDD to SSD OS and Data Migration - YouTube

    if only wanting to migrate the os partitions ( plus optionally any others ) , then diskgenius free version does it very well.
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       #26

    So now i have a better specified problem. After the Installation via the USB stick, the drive is not recognised as a bootable device. Probably this is caused by the boot file missing/being corrupt or something along the lines of that. Can you guys help me with this issue? If possible pls provide me with instructions/checks.
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       #27

    Have you tried a clean install by unplugging the data hdd/ssd before?
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       #28

    Yes im doing a clean install from a newly created Windows Installation Medium. The installation process is not likely to be the problem but i think the booting from the new drive is the problems source.
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       #29

    Sometimes when the ssd/hdd data are not disconnected during the clean install, partitions that should have been on the installation target ssd/hdd end up on the sdd/hdd data.
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       #30

    Ok, my old hdd is unplugged, but im installing over a mobile Ssd so that could be one issue. Iíll try it later with an usb stick, but the first install i did was also over an Usb stick, so i dont knoe it this will fix it.
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