Moving EFI partition to another drive

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  1. steve108's Avatar
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       #21

    NavyLCDR said:
    That's exactly what I was going to suggest.
    noticed his EFI partition is to the right of C: - is that okay?
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  2. NavyLCDR's Avatar
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       #22

    steve108 said:
    noticed his EFI partition is to the right of C: - is that okay?
    Yes, that won't be any problem.
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       #23

    yesssss I've done it, created the EFI partition and done the bcdbboot stuff without any errors.

    Rearranged the booting order and all looks okay
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  4. NavyLCDR's Avatar
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       #24

    heywoodg said:
    yesssss I've done it, created the EFI partition and done the bcdbboot stuff without any errors.

    Rearranged the booting order and all looks okay
    Great, glad it worked out for you!
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       #25

    thank you all, much appreciated, you've been very helpful, especially NavyLCDR and steve108
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  6. steve108's Avatar
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    heywoodg said:
    thank you all, much appreciated, you've been very helpful, especially NavyLCDR and steve108
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