wanting to know if i should be expecting any problems in setting this up and ongoing. one drive will have office applications for work, the other separate SSD will have games. from my digging around the only precautions that needs to be observed is to make sure the first SSD is unplugged while installing Windows onto the second SSD.
When i first bought the computer the attendant in the shop used a windows boot menu, a nice blue screen, so the boot record for the second drive was actually on the first drive, (see picture above) now that iam upgrading the second drive to a larger size to accommodate larger games, the system is having a hernia, chkdsk runs on most boot ups and deletes files all over the place. i have replaced the upgraded second drive with the original drive, and all problems have ceased. Would deleting the additional boot record fix the problem, if so, which is the book record to delete? Or do you think there is no way out of this and i will have to reinstall windows on the first drive?, if that is the case, then the first question in this post is focus.