Windows 10: Win 10 install - Keep nothing setting - D: partiton be wiped too? Solved

  1.    10 Sep 2015 #1

    Win 10 install - Keep nothing setting - D: partiton be wiped too?

    Hi, I'm installing win 10 and I'd like a fresh install but I'm a little worried that the install might wipe the data I have shifted to my empty D: partition. I know this shouldn't really happen but just want to double check with you guys thx U.
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  2.    10 Sep 2015 #2

    No it will not touch D: as long as you install to C: and don't actually chose deliberately to delete all your partitions during the install :)
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  3.    10 Sep 2015 #3

    Oh that was a quick reply :)) thx you, it doesn't give any options at this stage to only choose the C: or any other like in Win 7 or all the others, the option saying everything will be deleted, including files, apps and settings is the one I want but was just a little worried. Ok so on your advice I'll start the install.

    Thanks for you help m8
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