How to (safely) Dualboot Windows 10 and Linux?
hoping for some advice to a novice.
tried a couple of times including reinstalling windows and crashed linux grub.
I plan to install in Disk 0's 31.30GB unallocated space (tried before and it works)
Disk 1 is storage HDD for.... "linux"
1st try: Debian 11 - created ext4 / partition and swap in 31.30GB. Installed Grub in Disk 0 (/dev/sda). Dual boot works well, boots and tried to install nvidia drivers. Subsequent boot gets stuck in Grub unless i choose Windows UEFI
(is it because i didnt disable secure boot or something? not sure whats wrong here but it worked)
2nd try: Tried to reinstall into the 31.30GB, format and reset partition. Does not work anymore. Reintalled windows.
3rd Try: Install kbuntu, Grub cannot be installed in /root partition (/dev/sda5) nor Disk 0 (/dev/sda). Critical Failure. After which Windows does not boot at all.
What I want to achieve: A safe dual boot environment where I can constantly reinstall linux OS as and when it crashes.
Thanks in Advance
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