Windows Boot Manager

Chrispy

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I'm running Windows 10 Home with all updates on my Dell XPS 13 9380
I'm trying to upgrade my SSD to accommodate large astrophotography files, from 512GB to 1TB.
I have tried both AOMEI Backupper and EaseUS to clone the NVMe drive, with the same result.
I cannot get the new SSD to boot, and Windows Disk Manager shows that the drive has not been made bootable, image attached.
In the BIOS I cannot get a list of drives to change the sequence, Windows Boot Manager is the only option?
I thought cloning made an exact copy of a drive?
How do I make the new SSD bootable?
Thank you!
Chris
 

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