Windows 10 Install UEFI and Windows 7 Dual boot Question

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       14 Dec 2016 #1

    Windows 10 Install UEFI and Windows 7 Dual boot Question

    Just wondering if I Install windows 10 on UEFI to my Samsung 950 Pro ssd,is there a way to keep my other 2 mbr partitions dual boot windows 7's on my pc and convert the 2 win 7's somehow to UEFI.Just wondering if it can be done or is my dual boot 7's gone.
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  2.    15 Dec 2016 #2

    Right click on start icon, select Command Prompt (Admin). In the command prompt window run:

    BCDBOOT E:\Windows /d /addlast

    The path in red is to the Windows folder of your Windows 7 installation. You'll have to do it for each Windows 7 partition you want to add. Then restart the computer.

    You can press the Windows + R keys to open a run dialog. Enter: msconfig

    Select the boot tab and you can adjust the timeout of the boot menu.
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