Originally Posted by vong10
Just rebooted a couple more times to check. Yeah usually every second boot it asks to select a boot drive. So it looks like I've got a failing drive right?
Unfortunately, it seems so. So, now we must find it! Reconnect one of your drives and reboot several times just as you did. Start with the drive that you suspect maybe the culprit. If the first drive you reconnect doesn't do it, then disconnect that drive and try another. So, don't just keep adding them, but just reconnect drive, reboot a bunch of times, disconnect it, and reconnect another.
Good news: Windows still starts with only the solid state drive connected. So, the boot sector must be on your solid state drive!