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Thread: Disk Config for Dual Boot?
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Disk Config for Dual Boot?
Thanks in advance.
Hi and Welcome !
Dual boot setup is very easy. Set Ubuntu Hard disk as Primary Master through Cable Select or jumper settings. Ubuntu installer will detect Windows OS installed in other disk and setup dual boot itself.
Ubuntu supports NTFS read/write access. You will have full access in all hard disks. Windows OS doesn't recognize Linux file systems but there are a few tools avialable to enable that too.
Just set Ubuntu Hard disk as Primary Master and you are good to go.
Putting 2 O/Ss on two drives is always a great option.
but Putting all the data on Huge drives using NTFS is not a great idea
NTFS suffers from fragmentation and needs regular check ups for better performance.
If you are going to use NTFS, Just refer this GUIDE once
I got very good results from it.