I’ve been using Antergos since I got my computer because I was very iffy on Windows 10 and did not have any other copies of Windows around. It’s been a very interesting experience! The ability to do so much, even if I’m not exactly the most linux-savvy user, is refreshing.
I’ve gotten a Windows 7 iso that I would like to use as a compatibility layer while I learn more about how things actually work under the hood of Antergos, so to speak, but I’m having difficulty setting up the dual-boot configuration.
I’ve been trying to research how to get it done online, but those are all with an existing Windows installation and bringing in the linux distribution. I tried to more or less overwrite Antergos with Windows to fix it upon booting, but it installed Windows in my HDD (Antergos is in my SSD) and breaks upon selecting Windows to boot into (No keyboard or mouse input).
I’d like to know if I need to use the disk partitioning tool or something else to wipe both drives clean so I can put a fresh windows 7 installation on this computer and bring in Antergos after that?