[FONT=franklin gothic medium]I’m so lost on this…I did this many years ago with an old version of OpenSuse with Windows XP but I didn’t realize how utterly rusty I am since then. I’m using my ole trusty ASUS ROG G751JY 17-Inch Gaming Laptop [2014 model]. I’m currently running the latest version of Windows 10 and I’m wanting to take advantage of the 256 GB SSD feature on my ASUS for OpenSuse so it can bootup as fast as my Windows 10.
As further detail, I want to have my Data1 (E: drive reserved for everything Windows related as I want it as a secondary drive along with my OS (C: drive in Windows 10. I moved and cleared everything on my Data (D: and Data2 (F: drive so I could use them for my OpenSuse and I wanted the booting part of OpenSuse to be done by my SSD so it boots faster, but I’m at a complete lost how to do all this (especially the latter) when that setup from my OpenSuse boot comes on the screen and it seems so much more intimidating and daunting than I remember. Attached are some snapshots I took to help give a better idea of my current drive setup. They’re from how my drives look in Windows, but I’ll take photos a little later of how my system looks in the OpenSuse setup since I’m in a ****** hurry because of impatient people around me and I’ll need to use my phone for it. As a new poster, I’m glad to be here and look forward to meeting and working with you all. Thanks for your time.
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