I have Manjaro installed on a HDD.
Everything works perfectly.
Bought a new NVME M2 SSD , put it on my motherboard but also kept the old HDD connected.
Installed Manjaro on the new SSD.
The SSD doesn’t appear to be bootable in the motherboard options.
When entering Manjaro from the HDD I can see the SSD drive.
What I would want to have is basically boot Manjaro from the new SSD one and ignore the HDD one and just use it as storage even if Manjaro is also present on the HDD.
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Now I have entered the UEFI mode on the usb stick and made sure that it said EFI up left where you showed the first arrow and reinstalled Manjaro on the SSD.
The filesystem and everything looks identical now between the HDD and the SSD yet the SSD is still not available in the bios at booting options.
I have done like you said and it still didn’t show
But what did work is updating the BIOS to a prev version.
I updated the BIOS last year to the latest version but apparently that didn’t help with my current problem.
Now I updated to an older version and it works.