Thanks for giving us a chance to see what's coming.
I just had a new computer built. It has a Gigabyte mb and I am
running Windows 7 pro 64-bit with all the updates installed.
I have 2 HDs in the computer. Drive A is Windows 7 and drive B
is Windows 10. In the techs shop we had both hds connected.
The computer then had a hissy. Evidently Windows 10 and the mb
or Windows 7 and Windows 10 with the Gigabyte mb don't get
along very well. I am guessing here.
To solve the problem we disconnected the Windows 10 hd. After the
tech did his thing then the computer was ok. I still am in the process
of installing all my goodies on the computer and haven't fired up 10
as yet. I understand that this mb will dual boot. So as not to loose
all the work I have done on Windows 7, I will 1st back up Windows 7.
Then unplug Windows 7 and plug in Windows 10 to see what happens.
I am leery of plugging both drives in at this point.
This is a temporary problem. If Windows 10 doesn't start looking
like Windows 8, I will have only one HD in the computer. Windows 10.
Sure could use some expert advice. Preferably one with a Gigabyte mb.