I am trying to install Linux Mint (ubuntu based) and Parrot OS (Debian based) on two separate SSDs. Mint works great I have installed it and it booted with no problem. Afterwards, I switched internal SSD to the other one and I installed Parrot on this one. It also worked great and I could boot afterwards.
But here comes the problem. When I switch SSD again to Mint it works and boots without a problem but when I switch it back to Parrot it prints Bootable device not found. My TPM is disabled, I have also disabled fastboot and secure boot but I still think that this is something with my bios. My notebook is Fujitsu LifeBook e556 which don't have an option to add trusted HDDs (I have seen Acers with this option which simply allows you to add more disks to secure boot).
Any ideas on how to fix this so I could have 2 separate interchangeable SSDs with two different systems?
UPDATE: Yesterday I have tried installing Linux Mint also on the other SSD and it works flawlesly so the problem won't be in my BIOS but probably in Parrot (and Kali) itself. Maybe there should be a different grub config.