Dual booting from M.2 SSDs

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  1. Blumpy

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    I'm going to be using two 500GB Samsung 970 Evo Plus M.2s on an ASUS Tuff Gaming X570 Plus (WiFi) motherboard. I'd like to dual boot Solus Linux and Windows 10... one OS on each SSD. I'm hoping that the installation of the OSs is as simple as it is for disk drives. That would be to only plug in one SSD and install Windows and it's drivers etc., then unplug it and do the same for the other with Solus, plug the first SSD back in and go into grub and have it recognize the other OS. Oversimplified, but that's how I understand it to be. Grub should then give the choice of OS on boot. I hope I hope I hope!!! (Fingers crossed). Is this how to do it?
     
    Blumpy, Dec 19, 2019
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