So I recently installed Fedora on a shared computer (my sister and I use it). I bought a low memory sata ssd (Kingston 240GB) just for this. I installed Fedora, including the bootloader, on the new ssd. I didn’t touch any of the other disks (hybrid, ssd + hdd), which are partitioned to use Windows for my sister. This means the Windows bootloader is installed on one ssd while grub is installed on the other. This hasn’t caused any problems so far other than Windows asking to repair on boot every time. After repairing, Windows runs as usual. I’m afraid it could potentially cause problems in the future, considering how Windows hates dual booting. I didn’t expect it to react when grub was installed on a different drive.
Has this happened to anyone else? Any advice in this situation?