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From: [] On 
Behalf Of Richard Poole
Sent: Thursday, August 10, 2017 2:31 PM
Subject: [mssms] MBR2GPT question

Hey everyone,

I’ve been playing around with MBR2GPT on a Win10 1703 build and keep running 
into a strange issue. No matter if I run it from the OS with /allowFullOS or 
within WinPE, and change the BIOS over to UEFI, upon booting into Windows I get 
a black screen. Mouse cursor shows up when I move it, and promptly disappears. 
I’ve tried on a laptop and two desktops, with various displays, hit Win+P+down 
arrow to try and switch displays, all experienced the same issue.

Anyone else seen this problem by chance?

Richard Poole

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