Hi I have a Lenovo laptop that had a pre-installed Win8.1 on the HDD. I bought a Crucial MX100 512GB to migrate to there instead. I followed this guide: eightforums.com/installation-setup/17083-how-migrate-os-new-hard-disk.html to do the migration, but I used this product: paragon-software.com/home/hdm-personal. I checked the box to "Switch EFI to boot from destination drive", where the documetation says: "The selected source 64-bit Windows 8 is configured to the uEFI boot mode, so if we want to start up Windows from the target SSD, we need to additionally mark the appropriate option. Please note however the source disk will become unbootable after the migration is over. Anyway you can specify a bootable device at any time through Boot Corrector." Suffice to say, it broke. No boot. Windows error screen saying "winload.efi cannot be found" and I followed everything in this guide: neosmart.net/wiki/winload-efi-missing-corrupt. I did the automatic repair (failed) and did the commands for bootrec to no avail. So I have EasyBCD and before I have tried to dual boot but eventually reverted everything back to NORMAL booting. (that is why Ubuntu is there). I have secure boot enabled, and a uEFI BIOS. This is my EasyBCD config: When I try to boot, I have to scroll down to Windows Boot Manager to boot up. The others don't work. Please help me I am out of my depth here. I am scared of totally damaging things. Edit: More info from EasyBCD.