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

    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

    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.
  3. Tin Tin

    Tin Tin New Member

    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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