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My C: drive is almost full, and this contains my Windows 8.1 files, please is there a way I can switch all of this onto one of my larger Hard Drives, as I will soon want to install Windows 10 but wont have enough space to do it.
There are at least a couple of ways to do this -
1) Open up your computer physically, install your second larger hard drive (google for details and ALWAYS pull the power cord first and always touch your power supply before anything else - actually you may first want to google your motherboard to find out where and how to install a second drive) then the copy files over and when complete, delete the originals then do a defrag.
2) Mount your larger hard drive into a USB external hard drive case then do the move as above.
3) Copy your files onto one of the clouds for safe keeping.
4) Backup some of your files onto a DVD.
I just bought a laptop with Windows8 is pre-installed. It uses several partitions and First I thought of removing it completely. However, I've paid for it so first let it be (by the way it is completely unusable for somebody who has used UNIX/Linux over the past 25 years).
Now I have shrunk one Windows partition to 250 GB to install Ubuntu on. However, when I start installing the first thing that's asked is a device for the boot loader installation. I give /dev/sda6 (which is the partition I would use for Ubuntu) but it complains that it is used for mount point / (natural) and it want a separate partition for the bootloader code which should be marked as a "Reserved BIOS boot area".
I assume it will need an area for the grub loader in the boot-area but there is of course already the WIndows boot code. As extra information: I install in legacy mode as UEFI is too new for me.
I have a copy of windows 8 that has already been installed on one computer. Is it possible to buy an additional product key from Microsoft in order to install it on a second computer?
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