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Old 05-25-2015
michael michael is offline
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I have found that whenever trying to play around with multiple startup disks, you're better off disconnecting all the others. Whenever I have built systems I always began with just the startup disk and nothing else connected. Troubleshooting can be a major pain and, if you already know how to clone and disconnect drives, you're better off doing it that way and adding another drive with data on it after boot. Just in my opinion and I think worth doing.

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