Toms Hardware: Win10 unsupported disk layout UEFI error howto

Tom’s Hardware – an example of a computer review site that never shows CHIPSEC results 😦 — has a new article on how to fix a common UEFI/Windows problem:

How To Fix Windows 10 Unsupported Disk Layout UEFI Error
by Seth Colaner November 17, 2017 at 1:30 PM

A common problem that Windows users have encountered when trying to update Windows 10 is the “Unsupported Disk Layout for UEFI Firmware” error. This error basically means that the partition structure of your hard drive is not supported by the version of Windows 10 that you want to upgrade to. This error can be resolved by creating a Microsoft Reserved Partition (MSR), which is used on Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI)/GUID Partition Table (GPT) disks. Without getting too technical, we will outline the steps to fix this error when attempting to update.[…],35960.html

PS: Tom, please start showing CHIPSEC (and FWTS) results in your reviews, less on what colors the cases come in, and more on what security the HW/FW fails to offer. Thanks!

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