Update, in the end I decided to buy Samsung 970 EVO Plus NVMe M.2 500GB, since I already have an operating system I cloned from the old disk to resume, but alas the operating system did not cost ... The new one, but NVMe only supports UEFI that only supports GPT-formatted disks with BOOT, the board does support BOOT what NVMe installed and momentarily installed the new drive on GPT only to make sure it was working and then tried to run the old mbr2gpt command to convert mbr2gpt to MBT On the new drive that the operating system obviously does not go up ...) and the demolition of the boot sector .... So at the end somehow I fixed the sector through the command line, but still I can not boot without the onekey connected, apparently the patch caused the BIOS programmed Run the computer what onekey and somehow transfer then run the operating system from the old hard disk, but it is no longer possible to do cloning from the old disk, so my plan is to take a HHD disk and cloning to it what NVMe (so format MBR) and then run the operating system from HHD bios Yes supports MBR BOOT format and then try Execute mbrXNUMXgpt and if it fails then cloning can always be done over and over, and when the conversion is successful then I will cloning back to NVMe do you have a better idea? I'd love to know (reinstalling the operating system is out of my mind, I'll lose software and gaming licenses (valid!) And plenty of time to reinstall so if I have to reinstall at least upgrade to a current processor and memory trinity) ..., because of a license Software today is mostly related to the motherboard and as soon as the motherboard needs to be replaced again .... and to all the forum members who helped me understand the differences between the types of drives, thank you!