Mike DePaulo on 20 Feb 2016 05:51:33 -0800

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[PLUG] FYI: It is possible* to boot UEFI executables from NTFS

*Using a UEFI NTFS driver, which is located on a small FAT32 partition.

(We were discussing this during Rich's UEFI presentation)

As they mention, these UEFI USB keys are typically created with Rufus,
an open source tool for Windows for creating Windows or Linux live USB
keys. I highly recommend it:

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