Dual booting and system imaging


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    Windows 10 Pro
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    Dual booting and system imaging


    Hey. So i currently have Windows 10 pro on my wd blue nvme 256gb and i have 500gb ssd for storing my games. I will get a another 500gb ssd for other media like videos and photos.

    I would like to get into video editing and that leads me to "how to do this". I want to dual boot hackintosh (high sierra) and windows 10 pro. I assume i would have to wipe my drive clean and install hackintosh first (after editing settings in bios) and then install 10. Can i system image what my current windows 10 state after i install hackintosh? That way i don't end up doing everything all over again?

    Pretty much split half my nvme memory space for 2 OS (128GBx2). I want to get into video editing to upload my game clips and see where i go. I am starting from the bottom
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    W11+W11 Developer Insider + Linux
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    I wuldn't mix those two on same disk but on separate disks. It's bad enough to mix with Linux. With another disk, either for Windows and another for Siera. That way you'd have two fully independent OS and any problem with one wouldn't wipe out the other one.
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