Thanks for this!

Date: 2013-07-04 06:54 am (UTC)
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I don't know that I will actually use it, but I have wanted to see if I could get this working for some time now. I had tried before after finding a blog post of someone else who had gotten this to work. But I failed at that time since I didn't understand that gdisk's 8300 was actually representative of a type GUID.

I have an SSD in my machine that is currently blank while I try to figure out what to use it for. So I think I will leave this enabled for a bit and see how it goes. So far so good.

Unfortunately, the firmware only allows for up to 3 hours before the IRST kicks in. You say that 24 hours is invalid, but does adjustment with your patch allow you to go over the bios listed max at all?

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