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booting the pc with 2 oss

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Posted · Original PosterOP

i have a hard drive with data and windows 7 and i have a SSD with windows 10

if ill connect the HDD to the PC and boot it to the SSD with the operating system interfere and mess each other up or will it be fine?

(of course ill set the booting priority to the SSD)  

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No, only one operating system will load. If you try to access files from the hard drive then it should act like any regular storage device.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
8 minutes ago, dcgreen2k said:

No, only one operating system will load. If you try to access files from the hard drive then it should act like any regular storage device.

 

9 minutes ago, Electronics Wizardy said:

It will work fine. Only one os will load, and won't touch the files from the other.

thanks guys!

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