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Hi Guys,
I have a broken W10 install and want to create a NEW Clean install and slowly migrate everything across. I'm a very busy user and have lots of bits of software to re-install and setup once installed (custom layouts of screen environments etc etc)

I guess I need a dual boot system for a while?

Is this something you can help with?
(04-05-2016, 06:41 PM)Graggs Wrote: [ -> ]Hi Guys,
I have a broken W10 install and want to create a NEW Clean install and slowly migrate everything across. I'm a very busy user and have lots of bits of software to re-install and setup once installed (custom layouts of screen environments etc etc)

I guess I need a dual boot system for a while?

Is this something you can help with?

I'm sorry, WinToHDD does not support multiple boot.
Maybe you can use WinToHDD to install Windows onto a new HDD, the run bcdboot.exe to create a multiple-boot system.