|02 Nov 2012||#1|
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Q: is it recommended to install drivers in non OS partition?
I just got my Lenovo Y580 and installed Samsung 830 256 GB (fresh install).
Does it matter if I install the drivers in the partition that doesnt contain OS? (ie, faster boot time) Because it took 8 secs to boot after fresh install. and it jumped to 18-21 secs after the drivers are loaded.
Will it work? Will it have any consequences later? (Harder to restore OS, etc)
Thanks a lot guys
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