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Linux install in a dual boot with windows 10 (Win on SSD raid, Linux o HDD partition)

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  • #16
    I have the bios boot menu I've used countless times to install windows from USB and also the last few times to boot into my Linux live usb. I'd rather have a proper boot menu but if not then it's no big deal to just mash the f12 key everytime I boot my PC up.

    I'll run the 1 HDD during the install and then setup linux before reconnecting my SSD's and a 1tb storage drive I have.
    "They're gonna find out
    I don't know who they are or what they're gonna find out
    But they're gonna find out
    And it's gonna be over real quick"

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    • #17
      So it seems I've got it installed correctly now.
      PC boots into windows normally but I can manually select the seagate drive with linux on it and it'll boot up to that instead.

      So far almost everything is working as it should, although my monitors native resolution isn't showing up. I've tried some xrandr code in the terminal and got 1360x768 working but not 1600x900 though that may be working when I reboot into Ubuntu.
      "They're gonna find out
      I don't know who they are or what they're gonna find out
      But they're gonna find out
      And it's gonna be over real quick"

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