- Jul 17, 2017
- Razer Blade 2016 Late 1060GTX
- Core i7 6700HQ
- Intel 530 and Nvidia 1060GTX
You can, but install Windows first then. The recovery partition is meant for erasing the whole disk and installing the activated Windows OS with all the drivers and Razer software etc. If you install macOS first and then use the recovery partition to install Windows, you're doomed. It will erase the whole disk and you will lose your installation of macOS. It's not like a normal Windows installation where you can chose the partition you want it on, it will do what it wants no mather what. The best practice will be to let Windows be installed as the first partition using the recovery one, recovery as the second (for emergency proposes), macOS as the third and macOS recovery as the fourth (don't delete it, it's useful).
Thank you brother.
Actually I have 2 ssd 1. 512gb and 2.1tb 960evo so can i tranfer 512ssd all data to 960evo (Using MACRIUM REFLECT FREE SOFTWARE) after transfer the all data I ll get my genuine windows in new ssd ok. Once done all this step. Now can i make 2 extra partitions. 1. Is "C dive" 2. "windows data storage" and 3. For "MAC OS X SIERRA.
So it's this possible ?
I was thinking this
1. Getting my own genuine windows os in new ssd drive with recovery partition.
2. Extra Partition for windows data storage.( for games and file)
3. And 3rd partition for sierra installation.
If this is possible, tell me method.