BIOS saving my priority boot change but not applying it.

nicolas.cas20

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Hi, I just got a new SSD NVME M.2 and I wanted to leave it as my booting drive, I cloned my drive where I have windows into it and changed booting priority on the bios to my new ssd, saved and exit, first it was going throught but for some reason after the windows logo loading it was getting stuck in the next loading screen, I read some threads online and some suggested to update my bios, so I did and with the new bios I did this same process but the bios ignores my command and boot off the previous drive, I went back and checked if I didnt save but it was.
I got a x370 xpower gaming titanium, and I downloaded the latest Bios update 7A31v1MS on the msi website.
Do you guys know what should I do?
Thanks
 

Svet

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Disconnect your old SSD/HDD and see if you can boot from the new cloned drive 1st.
 
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