Good day everyone, I'm trying to install Arch Linux based on the wiki guide but I'm a bit stuck on the dual boot part.
I have a 240G UV400 Kingston one single partition for windows 10 upgraded from windows 8, from what I know it should use GPT with UEFI since I have a 100mb EFI partition that I had to rebuild several times so far.
Second SSD a 120G A400 Kingston that i would like to use only for Linux. My laptop is a Lenovo B50-70 I5 dual core 4 years old with a dedicated AMD video card 8GB RAM.
Based on the guides I found online some of them use a single hdd to dual boot Windows and Arch Linux ( not my case ) and in the most guides the install is single boot with it's own partition.
- Should I create a EFI partition that I can mount in
- Should I use the existing partition from windows?
- What would be the proper steps to take to get the devil boot?
- Sometimes I managed in boot manager to see the second ssd but I get some grub errors as unknown file system prob because I did a wrong install.
I've seen a couple options on how to dual boot or install a boot loader but not really sure which one to take and also if is is possible I would love to keep my fast boot for windows 10.