I succesfully migrated OS from hdd to ssd, can I delete System Reserved partition
Before migration i had 2 hdd in my computer (Disk0 and Disk1).
When i built this machine I installed win10 on Disk0(F:), also I installed ubuntu on Disk1.
Back then for some reason Win10 installer also put System reserved partition on Disk1(I deleted it once, but then i could not boot win10).
Now I migrated win10 to ssd(Disk2), so far OS works fine.
1. Can I delete System Reserved partition on Disk1, can this action make my OS on ssd unbootable. If I delete this partition and it makes my OS unbootable, how do I fix the problem?
2. Sometimes my OS on ssd is accessing Disk0( I can see this in task manager and it is strange because disk usage for Disk1 is 0% while for Disk0 it is in range of 0%-20%), can I format this disk, will it affect my OS on ssd?