I bought Gigabyte b450 elite motherboard a year ago, with a nvme(windows 10) and an ssd HD along with it. After some days, i installed a mechanical HD(this is 3rd HD at this point) and installed Mint Linux inside it. while installing i haven't gave much thought if it should be Legacy or UEFI. Attached an of current .
so there is 3 HD right now.
- NVMe - Windows 10 (C drive)
- SSD HD - accessible by all OS
- Mechanical HD - Mint linux
and boot loader belongs to Mint linux(probably legacy mode). Now I want to install another SSD (4th drive) and install debian 10 in it. And want to make it as UEFI.
So if i install debian on 4th (new) drive with UEFI mode enabled,
- Will it boot without any problem after debian installation(using UEFI)?
- Should i change any options under BIOS options?
- Or, should i install debian under legacy mode?
- Or, if the current setup is legacy(as per the attached image), can i change it to UEFI without loosing any data/OS and then install debian ?