Hi, I've recently been trying to get Windows 8.1 Pro and Arch Linux to dual boot on a USB (specifically, the Sandisk - SDCZ88-128G-G46 - 128GB Extreme PRO), but am having no luck due to inherent restrictions on what Windows can be installed on. When installing Windows from a removable medium, in the setup stage where you select what partition to install onto, only internal drives are shown - my NTFS partition on my to-be-dual-boot USB doesn't show up, nor does any other non-internal device. At the same time, the third party WinToGo software doesn't appear compatible with such a setup either, as it doesn't allow installing to a partition only, and demands to wipe an entire removable device before proceeding to install Windows to it. The official Windows To Go tool also isn't an option as my USB is not one of their few approved devices. Is there any way that I can simply install windows to a single partition, when there already exists other partitions on the device managing multiple OSes (GRUB, specifically), and other OS in place (encrypted Arch installation)? Any help greatly appreciated!