Too many Partitions on hard drive

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    JoeGons said:
    ...My first PC was (I still have it) a Tandy 1000. ..
    :) I still have a Sinclair ZX81 in mint condition with an add-on keyboard and all of the software cassettes I acquired for it.
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       #42

    I knew I shouldn't of let my Commodore 64 go ! , not sure if I'd be able to do the Meltdown or Spectre Patches though
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       #43

    Thanks.
    Worth a thought.
    I could also do in in the BIOS boot order.
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       #44

    JoeGons said:
    Thanks.
    Worth a thought.
    I could also do in in the BIOS boot order.
    That is true , can't say if there would be an issue at some point as Win10 nowadays likes the "Windows Boot Manager" 1st on that list, and it wouldn't be. Thats the advantage of switching it with Macrium and disabling the Other...especially with two identical clones.....ie: would you realise if you booted into the incorrect drive?
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       #45

    I have the partitions labeled a and b.
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       #46

    JoeGons said:
    I have the partitions labeled a and b.
    Yes but you don't see that unless you open File Explorer or some other App and look at the Drives....

    If you are good with it So am I :)
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       #47

    Good to go.
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