After a recent upgrade to Win10 from Win8.1 I decided to add an new SSD as the primary disk and reinstall a fresh copy of Win10 to it.
I installed the new SSD and kept the old one in there as well. After the installation was complete and I was satisfied that I had everything from my OLD SSD I decided it was time to remove it. Now I have discovered that my PC is booting using the EFI partition on my old SSD and the new Win10 install did not create one on my new SSD. So I've had to keep the old SSD in there in order to boot.
How can I non-destructively create an EFI partition on my new SSD so I can remove the old one?