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I stopped dual booting like 10 years ago; got real tired of the hassle.  I
totally understand that you might be forced on some laptops (Another reason
I will only get laptops with the capability to add an additional hard
drive).  I do have one really cheap laptop, but I just run Linux off of a
flash drive.  My desktop has 4 hard drives.  Windows goes on one of the
drives and I never touch it.  I use the other drives for various flavors of
Linux that I keep on changing, some with only one Distro, others with dual
or even triple booting.  It makes things much easier for so many things
(disk imaging, re-installs, new installs, updates, replacing bad hard
drives, what your are going through, etc.).

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