Problems with repartitioning a HP Pavilion Laptop
compdoc at hotrodpc.com
Sat Aug 18 19:22:38 UTC 2012
> The HP variant of UEFI on my box comes up with fancy colors, graffiti-like
drawings and whatnot
The few UEFI consumer boards I've used to build systems with like Asus,
Asrock, etc. seem something like yours: they display graphics, and also
allow the use of a mouse.
But their screens are well laid out, and they are very descriptive about
what the settings are for.
They boot any drive normally if it's a standard partition type like ms-dos.
I've never tried to boot a GPT partition, but I assume they can boot those
too. They don't hang or require resets and everything goes smoothly.
Obviously HP needs to work on theirs a bit...
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