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sbiewald372236dDo you have an UEFI? If yes, there are tools for editing UEFI boot entries.
If not, just change the default harddrive in your BIOS!? Alternatively you can tell Grub to redetect the operating systems installed.
ba7h2736dI've been there. It fucking sucks! Maybe refind can be of some help.
sbiewald372236d@2Large Check if the new Windows has registered itself into UEFI and than set it as first boot option (set your new windows first in your UEFI).
Otherwise your UEFI should be able to just boot from a disk and read available boot options from the disk (set your ssd first in the boot order). This is also your way to go if Windows was installed in BIOS mode.
linuxxx15389135dDid you do a grub reconfigure? That usually fixes issues like these for me
I was able to handle this by running some command in windows run command which opened a meu to remove grub from boot. afterwards i formatted the whole hard disk and now the system is loading only via the ssd. Maybe the uefi has gone corrupted or has automatically reconfigured itself, i have to check, but its currently working for me