So, I’ve finally come to the decision to use Linux on my main PC aswell, like I do on all my other machines allready, but I’m can’t completely give up Win7 as there’s a couple programs that don’t work in Linux (mainly Photoshop and Illustrator), which I need for work.
My sysem uses two disks (SSD for OS and HDD for data/files). I made room on my SSD to install Antergos, but I can’t install it, as the needed FAT32 ESP (boot partition) is nowhere to be found. I disabled the secure boot option in the UEFI and fast boot is not available in Win7 anyways, rebooted the system but still nothing.
There’s two partitions to be found, but both are formatted in NTFS, which doesn’t help ofc. One small partition and C:.
So, my question would be, how do I get this done?
Is there another option in Antergos I’m missing, or is there an option to install Win7 in a different way so that I have a FAT32 ESP partition.
I’m at a loss here, as this is the first time I try to setup a system with dualboot capabilities.