Whats up guys,
New to the forum, i ran a quick search in here but couldn't find anything related and after googling the only guides where for installing macos first then windows. Right now i have a corsair MP500 240gb m.2 ssd with windows installed on it.
The motherboard is a Asus z370-i. It has two m.2 sockets. The other will be for a WD Blue 1TB SATA m.2 for storage. My aim is to have the 120gb for each OS on the MP500 and have a dual boot setup.
1) Is it too late to do so?
2) If so is it possible to; Create a Win10 disk image backup - wipe drive - partition it in half some how - install macos on one half - recover the Win10 disk image on the other?
or is there a more optimal way of doing this? I understand that the effective way of dual booting is to have each OS installed on dedicated drives but I don't really want to add another drive (keep everything in its current m.2 no wires form factor) unless its an absolute must ill look to change my current storage configuration.