I intend to install Linux Mint on a new hard drive (probably SSD). Currently I have two disks on my system, one with Vista and one with Windows 7. No dual boot. I am just selecting the drive in boot options (F12) and booting into the related OS.
I want to have the same way after installing Linux Mint. First I'll remove the other drives before connecting the third one to my system in order to install Linux on it.
I am not experienced in Linux. Would it harm my other OS's (Vista and Windows 7) already installed on seperate drives? I mean, creating a triple boot on its own (when other OS's detected) or changing files or folders in Vista or Windows 7 etc.
Thanks in advance.