I decided to upgrade my drive to a SSD to improve the performance, I have Cloned the c: partition on my old drive to the ssd, the version of windows is 10. I have rebooted the pc having disconnected the old drive but the ssd is not being recognised in the BIOS, all the settings are as they were with the original drive. The pc is a Packard Bell imedia s2185. I used the cables for the old drive and if I reconnect the old drive it boots up fine. I connected the ssd to an old pc (approx. 7yr old) and it was detected by the BIOS without any issues, it would not boot up due to disk boot failure, I tried to boot up with the Win 10 disc and carry out a startup repair but without success. First issue is why is it not being detected by the BIOS, despite when I connected both drives it was detected by windows and allowed me to clone the drive. Secondly what do I need to do to get it to boot up into Windows 10 with the new drive, I don't want to reload the software because there are lots of settings for the network that will be lost and iots a pain to set them up again.