I have a laptop with 2 physical drives, an on board SSD (128 GB) and an evo850 SSD (1 TB). I configured LVM to span them as one logical volume.
I now have a hardware failure on one of the cables connecting the evo850 SSD and it isn't recognized by the system. The drive is ok though.
I removed the evo850 and connected it via USB. When I boot into a bootable USB recovery OS, I can mount my original LVM volume (it identifies both physical disks by UUID successfully from the recovery OS).
However, in this new configuration I cannot boot from the LVM volume (media unrecognized).
What do I need to do to make the LVM volume bootable now that one of the physical disks has moved from an internal SATA interface to an external USB interface?
Running Linux Mint 19.3.