Windows 10: Deleted windows boot manager along with cleaning the old hdd

  1.    20 Dec 2015 #1

    Deleted windows boot manager along with cleaning the old hdd

    Hello all,
    My windows is not booting the m.2 ssd.

    I bought a new laptop with a hdd.
    Bought m.2 850 evo ssd and installed it.
    Installed windows 10 on it without removing the hdd.
    It was loading fine but i noticed that the boot loads the previous hdd before continuing to the ssd.
    Tried deleting the hdd from msconfig boot and that didnt help.
    Still in the bios i only saw "windows boot manager HDD" under the uefi bbs boot priorities. But it recognized the ssd in storage information.

    All that and i even tried cleaning with diskpart the hdd ( the big mistake ).
    So i now got no boot manager now.
    And ssd is not loading. Is there a way to fix it without reinstalling windows ?
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  2.    20 Dec 2015 #2

    Boot from your windows 10 installation USB/DVD, chose your language and click on "repair your computer", Then click on "Troubleshoot", "Advanced options", "command prompt" to open a windows like the one below.

    Enter "diskpart", "list disk", "select disk <ssd number>" , "list partition", "exit" as shown.

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    What you need to do depends on the results of this - whether you need to create partitions or just create boot files.
      My ComputerSystem Spec

  3.    20 Dec 2015 #3

    In the ssd i only got :
    Partition 1 reserved 16 mb
    Partition 2 primary 232 gb
      My ComputerSystem Spec


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