I have been running manjaro on my Dell XPS 13 9360 and have decided to temporarily revert to windows 10. When I initially switched from windows to manjaro, I removed the windows SSD without wiping or altering it, inserted a new SSD and installed manjaro on that new SSD. Worked like a charm. The only change I had to make in the BIOS was to change the SATA operation setting from "Raid ON" to "AHCI".
I'm now attempting to return to windows. I've removed the manjaro SSD and have re-inserted the windows SSD in its place. I entered the bios and restored default bios settings. Now, when I boot, dell supportassist states that no bootable media has been found, but can run diagnostics on the windows ssd without finding any errors.
The bios can detect the drive, however the only boot option available is "Manjaro" - even though the ssd with manjaro on it has been removed from the system. Is there a way to point the bios back at the windows bootloader?