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Windows 7: Migrate BIOS x64 install to UEFI.


30 Jan 2013   #1
theog

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Migrate BIOS x64 install to UEFI.

Migrate BIOS x64 install to UEFI.


Paragon Migrate to UEFI - Overview

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Migrate to UEFI
Smooth migration of 64-bit Windows Vista/7 to a modern GPT/UEFI platform is now open to you!

Paragon Migrate to UEFI is a simple four-step Copy Hard Disk Wizard that transfers a 64-bit Windows Vista/7 initially installed on an MBR disk in the BIOS mode to a GPT disk and the UEFI mode, thus opening up all benefits of the GPT+UEFI configuration, including support of a high-capacity 2.2TB+ hard drive for use as the primary system HDD.
Manual:
http://download.paragon-software.com..._eng291111.pdf

Tested with Windows 7 Pro.
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30 Jan 2013   #2
gregrocker
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Bookmarked. Thanks.
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