I am a newbie but hope that someone may be able to help me with my problem.
I have re-installed Windows 7 64 bit onto my computer. To do this, I disconnected my HD and my two external drives and pointed Windows to the only drive I had connected which was my 250GB Corsair SSD.
Windows installed fine but when I went into my BIOS to change boot priority from CD Rom to SSD I could only see the CD Rom listed and the other boot option was "disabled".
However, my computer boots up fine from my "disabled" SSD!
When I re-connect my HD [which has no O/S installed] I get a BSOD. Checked in BIOS and the HD has become Boot Option 1. Disconnect it and my computer boots up fine again.
My two external drives were fine when re-connected.
Does anyone know what I can do to get my SSD seen by the BIOS and how to stop the BIOS from insisting the computer boots up from the HD when connected?