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Dual boot with (or without) UEFI

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https://bbs.archlinux.org – @nehaljwani, seriously?  Five posts of all the same thing in different threads.  Do you have something against uefi?@OP, if your windows partition is indeed booting via uefi, you can certainly still use a mbr installed bootloader w/o any negative consequences to your windows loading.  You have to make sure that it is booting with uefi though... although I guess if it isn't you can aways just chainload like you probably did before.  I say do it either way.  When UEFI works, it is pretty great, but it can be a bit to wrap your head around to get it going. Wond (HowTos)