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Looking for a computer shop / technician who knows how to install the computer in an unconventional configuration, two operating caves in parallel on 2 NVME drives


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Today it is no longer a problem to do so, and you do not have to read complicated manuals as in the past.

 

Just back up everything that is important to your computer, and try it out for yourself as long as you do not choose to install on the same disk there should be no problem.

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On two separate drives? (No different partitions on the same drive)

It is possible, but this means that each time the computer is booted, you will have to manually select the boot device depending on the operating system. It's a big headache. It is already better to have two separate computers.

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As already written - 2 systems on each drive with BOOTLOADER one on the main one to choose between the two or install separately (2 BOOTLOADER s) and choose with the boot manager from which drive to boot.

 

Or just put one inside a virtual machine and enough 😀

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On two separate drives? (No different partitions on the same drive)

It is possible, but this means that each time the computer is booted, you will have to manually select the boot device depending on the operating system. It's a big headache. It is already better to have two separate computers.

 

It's really not a headache, you can also set how long to wait before it automatically selects.

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