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  1. Thread: Moving EFI partition to another drive by NavyLCDR
    Forum: Drivers and Hardware
    Replies 23 Views 577

    Great, glad it worked out for you!

    Great, glad it worked out for you!
  2. Thread: Mbr to gpt by NavyLCDR
    Forum: Installation and Upgrade
    Replies 8 Views 229

    Define initialized. Windows setup will convert...

    Define initialized. Windows setup will convert the disk to the format needed so long as there are no partitions defined on the disk.
  3. Thread: Moving EFI partition to another drive by NavyLCDR
    Forum: Drivers and Hardware
    Replies 23 Views 577

    Yes, that won't be any problem.

    Yes, that won't be any problem.
  4. Thread: Moving EFI partition to another drive by NavyLCDR
    Forum: Drivers and Hardware
    Replies 23 Views 577

    That's exactly what I was going to suggest.

    That's exactly what I was going to suggest.
  5. Thread: From Scratch Installatiom by NavyLCDR
    Forum: General Support
    Replies 4 Views 126

    Clean Install Windows 10...

    Clean Install Windows 10
  6. Thread: Moving EFI partition to another drive by NavyLCDR
    Forum: Drivers and Hardware
    Replies 23 Views 577

    If you have an image to restore anyway, then why...

    If you have an image to restore anyway, then why not take the two minutes to run the commands I gave you? If they don't work, then restore the image.
  7. Replies 3 Views 155

    If you can get into Windows 10, even safe mode,...

    If you can get into Windows 10, even safe mode, try running:

    powercfg -h off
  8. Thread: Moving EFI partition to another drive by NavyLCDR
    Forum: Drivers and Hardware
    Replies 23 Views 577

    diskpart select volume c shrink desired=100...

    diskpart
    select volume c
    shrink desired=100
    create part EFI
    format fs=fat32 quick
    assign letter=t
    exit
    bcdboot C:\Windows /s T: /f UEFI
    diskpart
    select vol t
  9. Replies 6 Views 280

    louarnold, The answer to your question is...

    louarnold,
    The answer to your question is simple. Look inside the parenthesis for C: drive. You see the word "system" there? That is the partition the computer is booting from. You see the word...
  10. Replies 208 Views 518,175

    Installation & Upgrade Yes

    Yes
  11. Thread: Moving EFI partition to another drive by NavyLCDR
    Forum: Drivers and Hardware
    Replies 23 Views 577

    Or just create a new EFI System Partition on disk...

    Or just create a new EFI System Partition on disk 3 which requires no extra software to do.
  12. Thread: Moving EFI partition to another drive by NavyLCDR
    Forum: Drivers and Hardware
    Replies 23 Views 577

    If you still want to stick with Disk 3 all you...

    If you still want to stick with Disk 3 all you have to do is shrink C: drive partition by 100 mb. Create an EFI system partition and add the boot files to the new EFI system partition with the...
  13. Thread: Funny Picture Thread [14] by NavyLCDR
    Forum: Chillout Room
    Replies 1,080 Views 96,754

    Looks more baked to me!

    Looks more baked to me!
  14. Thread: System Reserved (Drive) - How to remove? by NavyLCDR
    Forum: Performance & Maintenance
    Replies 6 Views 243

    You need to make up your mind. In posts #1 and...

    You need to make up your mind. In posts #1 and #4 you said you wanted to get rid of the system reserved partition. I told you how to get rid of it. Now you don't want to. So which is it? Your...
  15. Thread: System Reserved (Drive) - How to remove? by NavyLCDR
    Forum: Performance & Maintenance
    Replies 6 Views 243

    From your screenshot in post #4 - assuming disk 0...

    From your screenshot in post #4 - assuming disk 0 is what you want to work on. You need a command prompt with admin privileges. Then the commands are:


    diskpart
    select disk 0
    select part 1...
  16. Replies 69 Views 2,046

    Everything that you can do by booting into...

    Everything that you can do by booting into Windows Recovery Environment you can also do by booting from a Windows 10 USB installation flash drive. There is nothing to worry about.
  17. Replies 69 Views 2,046

    You can proceed without marking the extra...

    You can proceed without marking the extra partition inactive.
  18. Thread: How to update to Dev Channel 21337? by NavyLCDR
    Forum: Windows Insider
    Replies 7 Views 338

    You get advanced notice, I think 30 days. Also,...

    You get advanced notice, I think 30 days. Also, if there is an expiration date it will be shown on the results when you run

    winver
  19. Replies 69 Views 2,046

    Yes

    Yes
  20. Replies 69 Views 2,046

    Primary

    Primary
  21. Thread: MS Activation Hell (& HP Repair Nightmare) by NavyLCDR
    Forum: Windows Updates and Activation
    Replies 40 Views 1,218

    Yep. And since I have never been determined to...

    Yep. And since I have never been determined to block MS from my system, I'm no longer much use. Maybe look in firewall rules? Maybe look at services that Sledgehammer has....well hammered. Any,...
  22. Thread: Microsoft Keep Hijacking my PC by NavyLCDR
    Forum: General Support
    Replies 12 Views 669

    au revoir & bonne chance

    au revoir & bonne chance
  23. Thread: Close to upgrading to Windows 11 by NavyLCDR
    Forum: Installation and Upgrade
    Replies 4 Views 218

    Secure boot only affects which operating systems...

    Secure boot only affects which operating systems will or will not boot. It has no affect on what you can run once the OS is loaded.
  24. Thread: Microsoft Keep Hijacking my PC by NavyLCDR
    Forum: General Support
    Replies 12 Views 669

    Not here.

    Not here.
  25. Replies 12 Views 352

    Boot into Windows on disk 2. Open a command...

    Boot into Windows on disk 2. Open a command prompt with admin (run as administrator), and run the following commands:


    diskpart
    select vol c
    active
    exit
    bcdboot C:\Windows /s C: /f BIOS
    exit
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