What D33 means, is once you disconnect the drive, are you able to access the BIOS > when you first boot up a pc, theres a few screens with plain text and numbers describing different hardware and functions > you usually are able to access 'setup' by presseing Delete(or it lists which key to test) > once in there > you can usually go to a chipset features page and set boot priority for your different drives. ie. This is all *before* entering windows.
If your pc is not even getting this far it means its not powering on at all and there's a bit more digging needs to be done
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