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Clonezilla live USB runs by default completely from your computer's RAM, which makes it very fast, so there's no point to installing Clonezilla on your computer's hard drive. In addition since Clonezilla live USB is portable, the same installation of Clonezilla live USB can be used on multiple computers. The instructions for making a Clonezilla live USB in ...


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These details might not exactly match how UEFI handles GPT systems, but it does describe MBR-based systems. The official (old) standard is to use what is on the Master Boot Record. The "fdisk" command can be used to change the details of the MBR. The traditional MBR contains some bits that specify whether a partition is flagged. The standard specifies ...


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I honestly cannot think of any issues in dual-booting the same OS so long as you make use of partitions to prevent the OS files from interacting. You could even conceivably have them share storage folders like your Documents/Pictures/Music/Video library folders if you so choose.


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Yes, it's possible if you use Grub for boot selection:- Boot into Linux. Enable root privileges by logging in, or by using su or sudo -s. Copy /boot/grub.cfg to either /boot/grub.win or /boot/grub.lin, depending on your default. Edit /etc/default/grub to change GRUB_DEFAULT= to the number of the alternative OS in the boot list (counting from zero). Run ...


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After 1 year I came across the same problem again. Luckily this time I found a solution. In order to add an OsLoader in windows Boot-Manager which loads non-Windows UEFI images you need to manually edit BCD registry. In RegEdit there is a key named "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\BCD00000000" - which is loaded from Windows EFI System-Partition and editing it's subkeys ...



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