NVME Clone Failure


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I have migrated Windows 10 to an (NVMe 960 EVO drive).
I have cloned the drive to an (SATA SSD drive).
Booting from the clone I get an inaccessible boot device!
I have the Samsung NVMe 2.0 driver installed, is this causing the
SATA drive to not boot? How can I generate a clone that will boot normally? 
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There is a Fix Windows Boot in the Reflect Rescue disk under the Restore tab. If it detects multiple versions of Windows on your system make sure you select the one you want to boot.

Have a look at this link for details.     http://knowledgebase.macrium.com/display/KNOW/Fixing+Windows+boot+problems

The presence of the other driver should not have any bearing on your problem.
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