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Secondary Drives in a new PC

There are no issues. Just put them in.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hello All,


I have not been able to find an answer to this question.  Seems like everything is directed towards putting an existing drive with OS into a new device.  I am curious about storage SSD and HDD.  I have 4 drives in my PC today.  1 with an OS and the others for storage.  I know the issues with putting the OS drive into a new machine, but want to know about the storage drives?  

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Storage drives will be fine. No OS. You MIGHT have to go into disk management and assign a drive letter. Other than that, it should work fine. 

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Windows ignores all the other boot sections since UEFI was introduced. It'll always boot only from selected one.

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