Do I have to change the Compatibility Support Mode for UEFI?


  1. Posts : 7,504
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    Do I have to change the Compatibility Support Mode for UEFI?


    Assuming I want to clean install Redstone 2 next month in UEFI mode, do I have to change the default settings below?
    Do I have to change the Compatibility Support Mode for UEFI?-170316013318.jpg
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       #2

    Disable CSM . to force UEFI
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  3. Posts : 7,504
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    How about the four 'Boot' settings below 'Launch CSM'?
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    I believe you should see them change, after CSM is disabled..

    As CSM is legacy Support - once CSM disable> Legacy Support Disabled
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    I intend to use the method mentioned in this post to convert MBR to GPT and then use the USB drive mentioned in this post to clean install Redstone 2 in UEFI mode.
    Does it work?
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  6. Posts : 7,504
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    Kyhi said:
    Disable CSM . to force UEFI
    I am now running Windows 10 in UEFI mode with CSM enabled.
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