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Linux with Win 10 and Win8

Is it possible to have Mint on SSD  already installed, put it in a system with SSD with Win 10 and SSD with Win 8 installed without screwing up both Windows drives boot up?

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No, linux should not do anything to the other drives. To be sure disconnect the other drives if you are that worried.

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Yes, if you adjust your boot settings properly it will work. 

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10 minutes ago, Ronnie55 said:

Is it possible to have Mint on SSD  already installed, put it in a system with SSD with Win 10 and SSD with Win 8 installed without screwing up both Windows drives boot up?

Yes, just make sure that you have the order in your BIOS set correctly so a default boot, boots into your primary OS

 

 

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