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I have an ASUS laptop that has a 128 GB SSD + a 1 TB HDD. I'd like to install Ubuntu on the SSD but use the HDD to store data. I would like to keep using Windows (installed on the SSD and data stored on the HDD) and be able to have a dual boot when I start my computer.

Is it possible to do this? Thanks in advance

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This wasn't hard at all. All I did was follow this guide specifically on the "If you have disk that contains Windows installed" answer.

The only different thing I did different from the guide was that I made the swap and root / partitions in my SSD drive and the /home partition in my HDD drive.

Everything works smoothly now.

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