I couldn't wait and had to try now, and it's done! I used Reflect and just dragged and dropped the partitions where i wanted them and resized with the partition options. I didn't realise this could be done when i tried it previous. Cool program.
just brew it! wrote:
That's just bizarre. Every EFI system disk I've ever seen (Windows and Linux) has had the EFI partition first.
Yeah i thought it was kinda weird when looking at it. How strange i thought that the installer would think this was a good idea...
Thinking about it more i think i may have an explanation. Or maybe just information that might explain something to someone. I initially installed Win 10 onto the drive with a partition the size of the drive. I then shrunk that partition when i wanted to dual boot and put another copy of Windows onto the new partition. However, on boot up it made this new install the primary boot copy, so i changed it in msconfig back to my original install being the primary boot. Sometime later i deleted the other Windows installation but i never changed the boot order back to default. So yeah, maybe this explains something.
Anyway, job done. Thank you all!