Update @wizardfromoz I was able to get Windows 10 installed and update grub so I can choose either Manjaro or Windows at boot up! As always, thank you!!
How are things in Oz? Not getting much international news lately with the US coming apart at the seams! :D
Long time! Thanks for the advice, I will give that a whirl this week. What are your thoughts on installing windows to an external SSD and just plugging it in when needed and changing the boot order from the BIOS?
I keep reading that windows should be installed first. I already have Manjaro set up on this system. Could I simply remove the SSD with Manjaro, install the SSD for windows, do the windows install then simply replace the SSD with Manjaro?
I am using a LG Gram 17 inch. I already upgraded one of the SSD drives to a 1 TB. The second drive bay is empty and what I'd like to do is install a 2nd SSD and make that drive just Windows. Essentially I wanted to keep my Linux separate from Windows but be able to use the same laptop. I am...
Good day all,
Sadly I have had to start using Windows 10 for work purposes and I want to set up a laptop with separate SSD drives, one with Windows and one with Linux. How feasible is this and can anyone point to any tutorials that describe how to do this?
I am trying to run a specific Windows PC app in Wine on Manjaro KDE Plasma (most recent as it is a new install). Other software that I try to run using Wine is working properly. This particular software gives me this error when installing:
Unhandled exception: assertion failed in...
No problem, Chris and good to hear from you! Hopefully things are better where you are! @alter_ohm suggested work around (disabling RTD3) worked for both live boot and the install and currently everything is running smoothly. I haven't attempted a second OS install yet (I want to enjoy a...
Ok, no problem at all! I realized that after I reread your post but since I have it working I didn't feel the need to change it. I am not dual booting with Windows and I don't use anything with Thunderbolt. Thank you again for your post! I have been trying to figure this out for a few weeks now!
This is what worked. It installed without issue and is currently running smoothly! Disabling the secure boot option worked for Mint but not for anything else. I assumed it was due to the newer kernel? Not sure, but any time I tried to install anything with a kernel over 4.15 it just wouldn't...