Solved Replacing hdd with ssd in Dell Inspiron 3671

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bubba1855

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I was having problems cloning my new SSD on my new Dell Inspiron 3671 and posted this thread...https://pchelpforum.net/posts/98651/.
PCHF helped me solve this problem. Both the old HDD and the new SSD are 1T, Western Digital . In the end they/PhilPower2 suggested that I clone the new SSD, remove the HDD and simply mount the new SSD and use the same cables that the HDD used. I did that...it worked like a charm except....
Now when I boot up with the new SSD I get a BIOS message (I think it's BIOS)...something about 'In order to skip disk checking hit any key...'.
I never had this message before. How can I get the pc to skip this message and just boot up?
Thank you for any assistance and have a good day,
Bubba1855...aka Bill
 

bubba1855

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oops...please close this thread. I just rebooted but did not 'press and key' and let the system 'run' and do it's thing.
lots of ads, etc...anyway after the infomercials were done I rebooted again...the 'skip disk checking' message no longer appears.
Sorry to bother everyone.
Bubba1855, aka Bill
 
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