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Determining BIOS or UEFI from windows.
I'm wondering if there's a sure-fire way to determine whether the underlying hardware running Windows 7 is of the UEFI or BIOS variety. I could research my particular laptop / hardware but I would like a reliable way of determining this quickly within windows for whatever hardware I'm dealing with. I was looking at this which shows several ways which people think you can find out, but I've found that they give me conflicting results. Any suggestions?
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