I have a Thinkpad T440p. Its not my main computer. I bought it to play around with and learn how to Multi boot. I have basic understanding of computers but get a little lost when dealing with bios uefi and boot-loaders. I had the laptop Triple booted, was following a guide i picked out. When I got to the part where i installed the new boot manager (Clover) everything went down hill. Window would not boot, Linux would not boot and I was unable to fix the issue from MacOS. After days of trying to get it working and finally gave up and started over. I wiped the hard drive and did a clean install of Windows 10 64bit. The partition Table is GPT. After installing windows i looked in Disk Management and found I have a 529 MB recovery partition in NTFS, a 100 MB EFI system partition in FAT32, and a 16 MB partition called Reserved that doesn't show up in Disk Management. I was advised to use Refind this time around instead of Clover. I've read contradicting information about these partitions. Some say the EFI needs to be increased and some say the recovery needs to be moved. Please help and tell me the right way to set this up. I do play to attempt multi booting again.
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