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Windows 7: Win 7 ult upgrade with dynamic (non-system) drives - Win 10 supported?

03 Jan 2020   #1
gusser

Windows 7 64 bit Ultimate & Pro
 
 
Win 7 ult upgrade with dynamic (non-system) drives - Win 10 supported?

I have a basic disk for my system reserve and windows and a D: drive that is a mirror. The D: drives have some programs installed. When I upgrade, will Win 10 have an issue with my non-system dynamic drives? IF so I will need to break the mirror and change one of the disks to basic and copy everything over but I really don't want to do that. Just want to know if Win 10 supports my dynamic drives (non-system). I've searched for hours with nothing concrete... Thanks for any replies.

[EDIT: I failed to mention it is a Windows Mirror not a hardware raid)


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06 Jan 2020   #2
gusser

Windows 7 64 bit Ultimate & Pro
 
 

I decided to try it and my dynamic non-system disks (Windows mirror) work fine in win 10.
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 Win 7 ult upgrade with dynamic (non-system) drives - Win 10 supported?




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