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So inside the bios I have to set her drive specifically to main priority. And the other drive disable somehow?

This isn't in boot sequence is it. Because if I recall you just choose like CDROM hard disk etc etc

Just set her SSD to primary boot device and disable everything else.

The boot sequence is just that.... Attempt to locate a boot loader on the 1st device. If not found, attempt to locate a boot loader on the 2nd device. If not found, etc...
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Would just like to update I ran 3 different drives one for me one for her and one for my htpc. Just enabled each drive one by one in bios and saved the profile.
So 3 different profiles for each drive and works like a charm thanks
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