New install of win10 doesn't recognise older win7 drive for dual boot? Solved

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  1.    #31

    Understood, thanks.
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  2.    #32

    Found it!!

    They placed the download file in the Asus P9x79 Pro > Driver Utility > Driver & Tools > Select O/S = Others > BIOS Utilities

    Version - 2012/08/14 6.26 MBytes

    P9X79-PRO-CAP-Converter
    1.The file contains the BIOS Converter utility and The BIOS Converter User Guide for X79 series.
    2.The utility converts the BIOS structure from .ROM to .CAP for Windows 8 full-functionality.
    3.The utility converts the BIOS directly to BIOS version 2104.CAP.

    *If your BIOS version is 1203 or older, please install the BIOS Converter first before you update the BIOS.


    Why they couldn't put it under the BIOS & FIRMWARE section is beyond me.....Anyway, I thought I would update in case it helps others or at the very least it will come up in the Search.

    Chris
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