moonchilddave Posted June 17, 2021 Share Posted June 17, 2021 (edited) On 6/12/2021 at 4:33 PM, 0_obeWAN said: I usually do it the other way around. - I install Windows on USB and I duplicate on the internal M.2 card, which erases it completely. - I reduce the Windows partition and create my other partitions to the desired size. - In each of the partitions I restore a system that I have previously backed up with DiskGenius in .pmf format that restore filesystem to So if I were you, I would backup the Batocera and Ubuntu partitions. And I would transfer Windows to M.2 internal + restore the backups Ok, I now have Windows and Batocera installed on the M.2 and working great. For the life of me though, I can't figure out how to get Ubuntu to install entirely on the M.2 card. When installing, I created a 512MB EFI system partition on /dev/sda6 and told the installer to place the boot loader (grub) on that partition - but for some reason it installs the boot loader on the system partition. Any idea on how to get around this? Sorry for the poor picture quality, my phone hates taking pictures of the TV. If I re-flash the Atari - the bootloader for Ubuntu goes away... which is not exactly desirable. Edited June 17, 2021 by moonchilddave Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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