gonzobilbao wrote:Hi everyone
I have a laptop hp ENVY 4 with a hybrid hard drive. It used to have windows 7 installed in the HDD and a hibernation partition in the 32gb SSD drive.I deleted the hibernation partition on the SSD and shrank the windows partition in order to make room for linux. THe way I would like to install is with the boot files on the SSD, for fastness, and the data partitions on the HDD. How do I have to partition/align the partitions in order to get this?
Although i've found some posts on this topic, so far none explain how to do it.
Thanks in advance!
You should mountainbike root to the partitie on the ssd. It doesn't matter that the mbr which will be read is on the slower harddrive. Als files for booting will be on the ssd.
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