What’s the difference between booting from UEFI: KDI-MFSTWINDOWS 10 PMAP, Partition 1 and booting from KDI-MSFTWINDOWS 10 PMAP?

You Cool Cat 21 Reputation points
2020-04-27T13:55:45.417+00:00

Hey, everyone. I’m installing WINDOWS 10 on a new disc (Western Digital Black, 4T) using the installation USB from Microsoft. Can anyone tell me the difference between choosing to boot from UEFI: KDI-MFSTWINDOWS 10 PMAP, Partition 1 and choosing to boot from KDI-MSFTWINDOWS 10 PMAP? Thanks.

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  1. Anonymous
    2020-04-27T13:57:36.557+00:00

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  1. Leon Laude 85,716 Reputation points
    2020-04-27T14:04:28.893+00:00

    Hi,

    If your system supports UEFI, you'll want to choose the "UEFI: KDI-MSFTWindows 10 PMAP, Partition 1".

    If your system doesn't support UEFI, for example if you have legacy hardware you'll want to choose "KDI-MSFTWINDOWS 10 PMAP".

    Best regards,
    Leon