- Aug 14, 2018
- Asus Z370-F Gaming
- Vega 64
- Mobile Phone
not exactly, I want to keep mojave in my samsung 970 pro "it is already installed and working perfectly", I have another Samsung ssd drive that is where I want to install windows, thank you very much for your help and answerIf I am understanding you correctly, you want to have Mojave on a new drive you installed and you want to then install Win10 on the existing drive with Mojave on it.
Clone Samsung 970 to other drive.
Disconnect Mac OS drive or disable SATA port in UEFI/BIOS.
Boot Windows 10 install media. At the screen which asks you to select a drive/partition to install on, select each partition and click delete until
hit shift+F10 to open a command prompt.
type the following lines, hitting enter at end of each line
//determine which drive is the one you want if more than one drive is connected. Be very careful here as you will destroy all data on the drive you select, especially if you use clean all which zeros the drive. Do not use clean all very often on a SSD as it shortens the life of the SSD. You will be able to tell the USB by the smaller size//
say your drive is disk 0, type
select disk 0
this leaves your drive with all unallocated space. Select this unallocated space to install Win10 and hit continue/install button. Win10 installer will take it from there.