Alright, this may be a real stupid problem.... I had no problem transferring my OEM OS (Windows From my 1TB Seagate Baracudda SATA HDD to a 128GB OCZ Vertex 4 SSD. The process went smooth and fast. I restarted as the Paragon instructions stated to do. When I enter the UEFI/BIOS by pressing F2 on startup, I am NOT given the option to BOOT from my OCZ Vertex 4 SSD. My only options are my Seagate Baracudda (C:\) and a 4GB memory card which is in my HP printer. My other drives are not shown. I have the OCD Vertex 128GB SSD which I copied the OS to and also a 128GB Crucial M4 SSD. The Crucial M4 is visible and usable in Windows File Explorer. The OCZ Vertex 4 disappears once I copy the OS to it using Paragon Migrate. I can see it in Disk Manager but it does not have a Drive Label...hence the disappearance when I try to explore it in Windows File Explorer. Am I missing something here? Why does my UEFI/BIOS not give me the option to boot from all/each of my drives? Could it be how they are plugged into the SATA Ports on the Motherboard? I have the Seagate HDD plugged into a SATA6 port 0 and the Vertex SSD plugged into SATA6 Port 1. The Crucial M4 is plugged into a SATA3 Port (Underpowered but no SATA6 ports available) and then my CD ROM is also in a SATA3 port. Any help is MUCH appreciated! Thanks in advance for your replies!