I currently have 3 drives on my PC: An m.2 SSD (with windows currently installed on it), a SATA SSD, and a HDD. I'm looking to install Ubuntu onto a partition on the SATA SSD, but I am worried about the bootloader location when installing. I have the option to install the bootloader to the SATA SSD (/dev/sda) or the m.2 (/dev/nvme0). Does it matter which location I install the bootloader to, or am I doing something wrong already?
I don't have the option to "install ubuntu alongside windows 10" for the SATA SSD, only the HDD.