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Can I disable everything in the Boot Priorities?

rmr
Level 9

Do/Should non-OS drives be in the boot priorities? my DVD drive only needs to be in the boot priorities if I'm installing an OS righ?

 

 

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Rodine
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Just make it first 

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Nate152
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Hello rmr

It's recommended to have only one drive connected to your pc when installing windows.

After windows is installed, shut down your pc and unplug the power cable, then connect the other drives. You'll have to use disk management in windows to assign them a letter for windows to recognize the additional drives.