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comment My DSL operator is suggesting that I use at Cat 6 cabling instead of normal telephone wire to get maximum speed
Could you please add some details regarding your situation? Why is the technician suggesting the upgrade? The DSL is not working at all? The speed is poor? What is the distance between your house and the DSLAM?
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comment What is the difference between the command prompt and PowerShell on Windows?
@JesonPark I'd say yes. But if you don't need the features of PowerShell then I think you can stick with cmd
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comment Move EFI System Partition to another drive
Never mind, I managed to move the partition to the SSD and Windows boots regularly. Thank you very much!
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accepted Move EFI System Partition to another drive
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comment Move EFI System Partition to another drive
Thank you for your answer. Well I actually prefer to have the ESP in the SSD because I might decide to remove the HDD. So I think that the ESP should be on the OS drive. Anyway, how is the latest point done?
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accepted Windows boot manager and two hard disks
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comment Windows boot manager and two hard disks
Thank you for you answer. Actually my problem was that the installation of Windows on the SSD was done using the legacy BIOS mode, and the disk was partitioned using MBR. That probably created the conflict with the UEFI windows boot manager. I reinstalled Windows for other reasons and this time I made sure that the disk was partitioned using GPT and that it was using UEFI. Now I can dual boot. I used your answer to make sure that the boot manager was on the SSD (better performance) so thank you very much!
Oct
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comment Windows boot manager and two hard disks
My problem is more specific. I have two boot managers, one on each drive, and the one on the older drive starts but fails to boot because of some conflict with the other loader