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Hi, I'm new here and I'm checking all the stuff on this forum but have some questions.

I have an Asus Zenbook UX310U, 16gb ram, Geforce 940MX, and have windows 10 on my primary SSD samsung 970 EVO 1TB
I also have a second SSD Samsung 850 EVO 500GB, which I'm thinking to use to install macOS Catalina.

Is it any problem to do that? Being that I have never installed any macOS system before.
Can it make a problem with my Windows 10 system?

Thanks a lot for all your help and this amazing forum!
 
Joined
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Motherboard
ASUSTeK COMPUTER INC. UX310UQK
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Intel Core i5-7200U
Graphics
Nvidia Geforce 940MX
Mobile Phone
Android
Hi, I'm new here and I'm checking all the stuff on this forum but have some questions.

I have an Asus Zenbook UX310U, 16gb ram, Geforce 940MX, and have windows 10 on my primary SSD samsung 970 EVO 1TB
I also have a second SSD Samsung 850 EVO 500GB, which I'm thinking to use to install macOS Catalina.

Is it any problem to do that? Being that I have never installed any macOS system before.
Can it make a problem with my Windows 10 system?

Thanks a lot for all your help and this amazing forum!
Last question... do I need to disconnect the m.2 to do this or shouldn't be a problem?
 

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For help with laptops please post in the Laptop forum.
When installing Mac OS on the second drive I would suggest you remove the M.2 Win10 drive so you do not accidentally format it.
 
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ASUSTeK COMPUTER INC. UX310UQK
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Nvidia Geforce 940MX
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Android
For help with laptops please post in the Laptop forum.
When installing Mac OS on the second drive I would suggest you remove the M.2 Win10 drive so you do not accidentally format it.
Thanks for answering!
I'll move it there then :)
 
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