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Thread: ASROCK P67 Extreme4 firmware mode to UEFI




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    Default ASROCK P67 Extreme4 firmware mode to UEFI

    So, hey I have this ancient mobo which is flashed to the latest BIOS version L3.19 which presumably supports UFEI mode. I have Win 10 Pro installed on my system. It was a clean install, not an upgrade from Win 7. Last night, I discovered something I never even knew mattered, that my Win 10 install was in legacy BIOS, not UEFI. So now I want to move my OS from legacy BIOS to UEFI using the MBR2GPT disk conversion tool. So far so good. But then I believe I have to set my motherboard's firmware to UEFI and not legacy BIOS. But I can't find anything in the boot menu to do that. So my question is simple: Is it even possible with my motherboard to switch from legacy BIOS to UEFI. And if so, how?

    P.S. Please forgive whatever poor or wrong terminology I used in the post--I am sure there were many--I am not all that tech-savvy.

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    Default Re: ASROCK P67 Extreme4 firmware mode to UEFI

    I am curious about your situation. I must make a lot of assumptions about it. I assume that your boot drive is no larger than 2 terabytes in size and that you have been booting successfully in MBR mode and that you donít have a lot of fancy re-partitioning in mind for that drive. I further assume that you are not relocating your OS to a different drive.

    It might help readers here to know what might motivate you to want to convert your boot drive to GPT. Why do you think that is important?

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