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I've been using this method to install several different Linux systems on a second SSD.  My primary Windows drive is an M.2 drive. I like the way Linux will keep its "grubby" hands off of my windows MBR with this technique.   I noted that on several occasions, I forgot to reset the Esp and Boot flags on my M.2 drive after installing Linux.  However. . . it didn't seem to make any difference.  Windows booted up normally without issue.  Anyone have ideas if the resetting of the flags is always necessary?  

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