On Wednesday 12 Oct 2016 11:42:56 Andy Mender wrote:
> Dear Daniel,
> You don't mention what is "the prettiest desktop there ever was", but I
> reckon that it's a) a 64-bit PC and b) it's modern enough to have UEFI, not
> the standard BIOS. Therefore, the drive is a GPT-partitioned drive (as
> that's UEFI's requirement) and you have a /boot or /boot/efi partition
> somewhere in the table layout you provides us with. It does not necessarily
> need to be called "EFI partition" or something of that sort. Per my old
> Windows 7 installed, Windows used a rather small boot partition of ~200 mb.
> Your Windows 8 install is consistent with that observation. In addition,
> you have something similar in your Windows 10 installation, from the first
> 1mb bit onward and spanning ~105 MB. It's also tagged as "boot".
> Best regards,
> Andy

The OP can mount and have a look in those partitions for any efi files, which 
would be a give away;  or in MSWindows 10, go to Start menu, press and hold 
the Shift key, and click Restart. Then select Troubleshoot/Advanced Options 
and check to see if there is an entry saying "UEFI Firmware Settings.  If not, 
your MSWindows installation was an MBR based installation.


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