WIndows 10 Can I dual boot from dual disks ?

Discussion in 'Desktop Computers' started by Tin Tin, Aug 4, 2018.

  1. Tin Tin

    Tin Tin New Member

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    Hi, didn't know which forum to post this in, hopefully this is fine.

    I am upgrading my main SSD because I basically ran out of space.
    I am currently running Win7/64 and have lots of stuff installed.
    I was going to put Win10/64 on the new SSD.

    My question is... can I do this and have a choice of which SSD to boot to ?
    Basically have it wait for me to choose before finishing the boot-up process. Or anything similar, I guess.

    I did set up a laptop once to let me choose between 7 or 10, but that was when 10 was brand new so it's been a while, and that was on a single HDD.

    Also, is there any reason I should not do this?

    Thank you for any help or advice.
     
  2. johnb35

    johnb35 Administrator Staff Member

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    You should still get the option to boot to whichever OS when using 2 drives. If not, you can download and run EasyBCD to create the second entry.

    You just have to register for the free version.

    https://neosmart.net/Download/Register
     
  3. Tin Tin

    Tin Tin New Member

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    Thank you John, I will give that a shot then. I thought there would be more to it like bios settings, boot order,etc.
     

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