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hiltomedy

How do i fix having 2 volumes for windows 10

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So when i boot my computer i get 2 options for booting windows 10, volume 6 and volume 9, volume 6 is for my hard drive while 9 is for my ssd. I was wondering how i can just boot off my hardrive without having to choose which volume as it slows down the startup process. Also if i delete the windows files which come from the windows 10 installer on my ssd ( i have them on my hdd, i have a duplicate of what is shown below in my hdd ), will i be able to boot without having to choose volume? 

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Put a clean install on your ssd. It will benefit you


 

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How is your bios configured? And how in hell did you install Windows?

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1 hour ago, hiltomedy said:

I was wondering how i can just boot off my hardrive without having to choose which volume as it slows down the startup process

is this after you've set a boot order in BIOS? o_o

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