My Inspiron 15-7559 has two drives: a 500 GB SSD and a 1 TB hard drive. What I'd like to do is to make the two drives identical (clones) and both boot-able. That way if one disk drive has an issue, I can reboot to the other drive and continue using the computer. I was able to set this up under Windows 7 and Macrium Reflect on a different computer but no luck on the Dell running Windows 10.
Is this possible with the Dell 7559? If so, how do I set this up? If not, is this a Windows 10 limitation?
You either need to set up Windows 10 so it has a boot manager entry for Windows 7, or you'll need to physically swap the drives to change the OS that loads. There are also some third-party boot managers that can accomplish this, but by default, Windows 10 needs to be the boot manager, and 7 will load once that boot manager does.