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    Red face Warning for people converting a PC to Chrome OS dual booted

    Converting any PC to Chrome OS with Neverware is a breeze, no problems at all. You can have it Solo or Dual Booted. Works fine with UEFI.
    Mine was dual booted with Windows 10. All was well until I noticed two new partitions appear In W10, D&E. Muggins clicked on them and Windows announced they were RAW, which I understood was un-formatted, it then suggested that they should be formatted, which I did.

    When I booted Chrome it was wrecked, I had to reinstall. Windows came up with "RAW" because it couldn't recognise whatever format Chrome uses. What I should have done was remove the letters from the partitions to hide them from W10. Chrome has 28 partitions, enough to confuse anyone!

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    Default Re: Warning for people converting a PC to Chrome OS dual booted

    Whoops, you won't do that again.

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    Default Re: Warning for people converting a PC to Chrome OS dual booted

    Applies to dual booting any two different OS families I would have thought.

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    Default Re: Warning for people converting a PC to Chrome OS dual booted

    All good again

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