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  1. Thread: Move C Drive to SSD from hard drive by NavyLCDR
    Forum: Installation and Upgrade
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    I can't help it. I'm a retired submarine Navy...

    I can't help it. I'm a retired submarine Navy nuke turned Aviation Maintenance Officer. I've never quite gotten past the level of detail it requires to stay safe under the water with a nuclear...
  2. Thread: Move C Drive to SSD from hard drive by NavyLCDR
    Forum: Installation and Upgrade
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    That's a little bit incorrect. First, you don't...

    That's a little bit incorrect. First, you don't download the Virtual Machine. You download the hypervisor which connects the VM to the host operating system. Then you use the hypervisor to create...
  3. Thread: Move C Drive to SSD from hard drive by NavyLCDR
    Forum: Installation and Upgrade
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    That's correct. But we still don't know if...

    That's correct. But we still don't know if CRGibson wants to keep Linux or not.
  4. Thread: Move C Drive to SSD from hard drive by NavyLCDR
    Forum: Installation and Upgrade
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    The question is, does CRGibson want Linux on the...

    The question is, does CRGibson want Linux on the computer, or a Windows only computer? Since they have Windows 10 Pro, if there was a desire for Linux at all, I would run it in a virtual machine.
  5. Thread: Move C Drive to SSD from hard drive by NavyLCDR
    Forum: Installation and Upgrade
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    Well, the way that I would do it would be to...

    Well, the way that I would do it would be to manually partition the SSD with either a 100MB System Reserved partition marked as active if it is MBR booting in legacy BIOS mode or with a 100MB EFI...
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