That could be a BIOS problem, because the SSD is not recognized fast enough. Disable the CD/DVD-Boot option in the BIOS and try again.
Also you could look for a newer BIOS Version, if available.
i got the newest bios version i disabled the cd/dvd boot but still it boot the optical drive
i am planning to move now the ssd on the optical drive caddy and put back the old hdd to the original position but i dont know if that can help or its waste of time.
ps: i moved the ssd on the optical drive caddy and the old hdd to the original sata area, and now the ssd boot first and the windows load with no problem but really weird......