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[Q] Dual Boot from emmc and from internal storage

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By davidmargolin, Senior Member on 22nd April 2012, 03:44 PM
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22nd April 2012, 06:00 PM |#11  
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kk.. thanks alot... ill dual boot with sd...
 
 
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kk.. thanks alot... ill dual boot with sd...

After thinking about it, I would recommend reversing which is on emmc and which on SD. You will not be updating CM7 very often and likely updating CM9 a lot. It is easier to update emmc, so I would put CM9 on emmc and CM7 on SD.

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so i just use the disk image u gave me and write it to my sd card...
then i put cm7 on the card and the nook does the rest... right???
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so i just use the disk image u gave me and write it to my sd card...
then i put cm7 on the card and the nook does the rest... right???

Yes, assuming when you said 'write' you meant burned the image using win32diskimager.
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