- Disk 0 – It is a HDD. It's partition style is Master boot record. (MBR) It's the disk in which I wanna install Linux and dual boot.
- Disk 1 – It is a SSD. It's partition style is GUID partition table. (GPT) It's the disk in which Windows 10 is installed.
- My BIOS mode is UEFI (seen in sys info)
- Secure Boot is disabled (seen in sys info)
- Both of the disks are basic.
Till here everything is understandable by me. But here comes booting and EFI, UEFI, BIOS, Legacy and all that. When I was watching how-to YouTube videos, I saw a tool mentioned many time, that was EasyBCD. So, I installed it and it started with a message box saying EFI Bootloader detected. I clicked Help, rather than helping it created more confusion. You can also check it: EasyBCD and UEFI
In the "Option 1" section. It was saying
However, your Windows installation is already in UEFI/GPT mode, and UEFI installations of Windows cannot be booted via the legacy MBR approach!
There were pairs like legacy/MBR, EFI/GPT, BIOS/MBR, EUFI/GPT. So does that mean booting works in pairs?
And if BIOS is has two modes: UEFI and Legacy, so why do I hear that BIOS and UEFI are the two modes?
And what's the difference between EFI and UEFI ?
Please help me dual booting I'll be thankful to you.