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Best Answer KiwiProbie , 30 December 2018 - 09:11 PM

For those out there that want to know the same thing as I asked. I got a faster response on the Microsoft community, with someone else answering this questions saying:  Dear,There are two... Go to the full post »


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I am curious, if I have 3 hard drives, 1 for windows, 1 for games and 1 I am thinking of having Linux on.  Can a dual boot happen when windows 10 and Linux are on 2 separate hard drives?


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For those out there that want to know the same thing as I asked.

 

I got a faster response on the Microsoft community, with someone else answering this questions saying:
 

Dear,

There are two ways in which you can dual boot .

1.) Dual boot windows 10 and Linux  on single disk like drive C;/

2.) Dual boot windows 10 and Linux on two separate drives C and D.

 

you can use a software named as WUBI from the 

Linux official websites to dual boot.


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