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Originally Posted by DougEdeyWhy didn't you ask them when they were going to improve their end user support?
Originally Posted by DarkLord7854Don't Apple use EFI?
Originally Posted by WikipediaLinux systems have been able to use EFI at boot time since early 2000, using the elilo EFI boot loader or, more recently, EFI versions of grub.
HP-UX has used EFI as its boot mechanism on IA-64 systems since 2002. OpenVMS has used it on production releases since January 2005.
Apple has adopted EFI for its line of Intel-based Macs. Mac OS X v10.4 Tiger for Intel and Mac OS X v10.5 Leopard support EFI v1.10 in 32-bit mode, even on 64-bit CPUs (New Mac Pros have 64-bit EFI).
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