Edward Mendelson wrote:
Even if you could convert the drive from GPT to MBR, you'll have to redo the Windows 10 installation as it's set up for EFI booting, which only works with GPT.
Yes, I know. My original question was about methods of wiping the disk - and after a disk is wiped, there won't be any Windows installation on it, of course.
And I finally decided to stop trying this, as the risks weren't worth the results. Meanwhile, thanks to everyone for suggestions and information.
Ah, I see. I did a little research and it seems that using NVMe storage requires booting in UEFI mode, and thus GPT. It seems like there may be hacks around it. http://mrlithium.blogspot.com/2015/12/h ... -bios.html
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