Hi I'm looking for tip or things to watch out for, while I make the following changes to my system:
I currently have a dual boot setup on one hard drive (win7 and ubuntu), I am going to change to a 60gb ssd, and 2 hard drives.
-SSD will have ubuntu /
-"Hard drive 1" will have ubuntu /home (although some bits will go back to ssd) -"Hard drive 2" will have win7
Here is my initial thoughts on how to do it: (Assuming I currently have "hard drive 2" only)
1- Move important files from ubuntu partition onto windows partition.
2- log into windows and expand the windows partition to fill hard drive 2, wiping my ubuntu install.
3- Install SSD and "hard drive 1" into computer, turn on computer and hope the computer recognises them... or whatever is supposed to happen
4 - Insert Ubuntu live cd, and install ubuntu / on ssd and ubuntu /home on "hard drive 1"
Does this sound like a good plan?
My major concern is what is going to happen to grub and bootloading during this process, is it all going to go wrong (I have minimal experience with grub and bootloader) e.g. during step 2.