The UEFI, as a rule, is kept on the hard drive isn't it? so if the hard drive dies and you replace the hard drive how do you get the UEFI back?
I am assuming even the hard drive partition parameters are kept in the UEFI because I took the hard drive out of a UEFI computer and put it in as a second drive in a non-UEFI computer. The partitions and the data on those partition wasn't recognizable. Doesn't that make it a little tougher to get data off a hard drive?
Is this whole UEFI thing just a little annoying or is it me?