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Re: And yet another UEFI/BIOS question: Work on both.

On Sun, 23 Sep 2018 17:20:05 -0400
Wayne Sallee <Wayne@WayneSallee.com> wrote:

> Thank you for the 15 seconds of time that you spent. But that page
> that you linked to is useless.

That link is where you start: First, by building a foundation on the
techniques of multi-booting; then expand on that with additional and
more specific articles until you achieve understanding and can fulfill
your task. This process has always worked great for me.  Takes longer,
yes; but you end up knowing what you're doing and can anticipate
potential problems. Using techniques and shortcuts others recommend
without knowing what they really do is a recipe for disaster.  Or just

Good luck with your quest.


> Wayne Sallee
> Wayne@WayneSallee.com
> http://www.WayneSallee.com
> On 09/23/2018 12:18 PM, Patrick Bartek wrote:
> > On Sun, 23 Sep 2018 10:58:54 -0400
> > Wayne Sallee <Wayne@WayneSallee.com> wrote:
> >  
> >> What do you recommend for setting up a system that will boot in
> >> either UEFI or BIOS mode, so if it is moved back and forth between
> >> UEFI and BIOS, it will boot every time?  
> > I recommend you learn how to use Google or DuckDuckGo, etc.
> > searches for such basic queries. The following was the first result
> > in the list of my search. Total time spent: about 15 seconds.
> >
> > https://truthseekers.io/everything-you-need-to-know-to-dual-boot-uefi-gpt-bios-mbr-partitions-swap-space-and-more/
> >
> > Also, read up on "chainloading."
> >
> > B

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