I have 2 Drives: 500GB SSD and 512GB HDD. Currently I have installed Ubuntu on a different partition of the SSD. Windows is installed on the SSD too. And I managed to mess up my boot. Anyway, I has thinking that I should better install Ubuntu on the second HDD with an EFI partition and all that is necessary. Will this approach give me more headaches in setting up the bootloader or it should be easier.
So when I start the computer I would like to go straight in Windows (no timout or boot options) unless I decide I want to start Ubuntu.
Can anyone give me some help?
Edit: My question is different than the one pointed as duplicate. I need to know if using the same Drive (SSD only) for both installation is better/worse than using two Drives(SSD and HDD). I need to understand how the bootloader needs to be configured and how it will behave on both cases.
P.S: Anyone figured out how to have Ubuntu 14.04 properly shutdown/reboot? I've been fighting it for some time and nothing seem to work!