Windows 10: Windows 10 Install UEFI and Windows 7 Dual boot Question
Windows 10 Install UEFI and Windows 7 Dual boot Question
Just wondering if I Install windows 10 on UEFI to my Samsung 950 Pro ssd,is there a way to keep my other 2 mbr partitions dual boot windows 7's on my pc and convert the 2 win 7's somehow to UEFI.Just wondering if it can be done or is my dual boot 7's gone.
Right click on start icon, select Command Prompt (Admin). In the command prompt window run:
BCDBOOT E:\Windows /d /addlast
The path in red is to the Windows folder of your Windows 7 installation. You'll have to do it for each Windows 7 partition you want to add. Then restart the computer.
You can press the Windows + R keys to open a run dialog. Enter: msconfig
Select the boot tab and you can adjust the timeout of the boot menu.
Dual Boot W10 + W8.1 installs using 2 SSDs. Any thoughts on why there are less partitions on SSD install #2?
SSD 1 W10 (installed first) C Drive:
SSD 2 W8.1 (installed last)
I apologize if this is covered elsewhere, I could not find the exact answer to my question.
Both my laptop and desktop have windows 7, different versions. Both have the upgrade ready for them.
I want to dual boot win7 and 10 for a...
If I do a clean install of windows 10 on a dual boot partition will it be activated with my Microsoft Account that I been using as a windows insider with a Windows 10 installation on a hyper-v machine?
So, basically if we have a computer that doesn't have a UEFI BIOS with Secure Boot, then we can't upgrade to Windows 10? Am I right or wrong here?
This is my first tutorial. Any Ubuntu-based Linux distro will work on this tutorial. As of now, the current versions are:
1. Burning the Installer to a USB
As stated above, any 64-bit Ubuntu-based distro will work. The current versions are: