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I have a system image that was created as a bios type backup with a mbr so i cant restore it to efi system, is there any work around?  using symantec system reocvery
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You'd have to change the setting of your BIOS from UEFI to conventional, and also make sure the destination disk isn't GPT (Best is to delete the partition table on the disk first).
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ok i will see if that is poissble to do, thanks
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