I run my own business and needed to upgrade my hardware, so a built a new machine.
This is the mobo:
The new machine uses UEFI and the old machine has an MBR HD in it. I used Veeam to create an image and transferred it to the new machine.
NOTE: The new one has a RAID5 array set up on it.
Veeam warned about an MBR image going to a UEFI system. It was right. It won't boot.
Secure boot is turned off in the BIOS, but I don't see an option to turn UEFI off on this mobo.
I tried booting from a Windows 10 CD and run gptgen.exe, but got an error message:
"The subsystem needed to support the image is not present."
Diskpart requires that the Volume be deleted. I am desperately trying to avoid data loss!