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Exist preferably other way - Not linked - but choose which one disk to boot - each time - from BIOS/UEFI... if differ from last boot?


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My Motherboard 

 

 

ASUS PRIME Z370-A / Motherboard / ATX / LGA1151 Socket / Z370 

 

supports two NVMe/PCIe SSD m.2

 

I currently have OS Win 10 Pro installed in one... but OS has updates/install-software problems - can Not do neither of the two.

 

I plan install a second NVMe card, and install OS Windows 10 Pro as dual boot system

 

Eventually - 1 year - i will remove first NVMe

 

What advice can you give... If dual boot Windows 10 Pro, these two NVMe's will get linked? 

 

Exist preferably other way - Not linked - but choose which one disk to boot - each time - from BIOS/UEFI... if differ from last boot?

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You should be able to use 2 nvme dives w/out any problems, BUT, when you do go to do your fresh install on the new ssd, make sure to remove the old one so you don't accidentally reinstall to it. Afterwards, reinstall it and set the boot order in the UEFI and you'll be fine.

 

Tx

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If Not remove the old disk - and install the second OS to new disk

The two Disks will linked - like Linux Dual boot, and I will have choice choose OS - Not from UEFI, but like GRAB/Linux choice ????

 

My Two HDD / in RAID 1 mode will Not affected correct???

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