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Windows 7: Finding History of MBR TO GTP conversion Will a UEFI change my disk ?

09 Jun 2019   #1
DonM123

win7pro
 
 
Finding History of MBR TO GTP conversion Will a UEFI change my disk ?

Somehow I believe my Disk was converted to GTP without my knowledge ? Maybe.
I believe i set my gigabyte motherboard up to be normal with MBR with no fancy stuff no UEFI
Is their A way to find out if my disk was converted at some point. ? Will a BIOS that is UEFI like what is on my Gigabyte Gaming machine GA-Z170X take liberties and convert my MBR to gtp and start using
that windows boot manager without my knowledge > ? it seams to me this has occurred


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10 Jun 2019   #2
samuria

win 8 32 bit
 
 

Post a screenshot from disk manager that should tell if its mbr or not
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10 Jun 2019   #3
Paul Black

Win 7 HP SP1 64-bit Vista HB SP2 32-bit Linux Mint 18.3
 
 

Hi DonM123,

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by samuria View Post
Post a screenshot from disk manager, that should tell if its mbr or not!
As samuria has suggested...

Disk Management

Can you post a screenshot of the Disk Management please => Click Start => right-click Computer => click Manage => click Disk Management.

Screenshots And Files - Upload And Post In SevenForums

This tutorial [Published by Brink] will show you how to upload the file => Screenshots and Files - Upload and Post in SevenForums.

I hope this helps!
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