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i have 3 NTFS partitions on my mackbook, and 2 of them contain a windows. But refit listed all of them every time, i think it would be better if i can hide the other one.
it would be even better if i can set a default icon.
I would like to second dynamic partition hiding.
I would like to be able to hide all of the redundant "legacy OS" icons that appear on startup, but all just boot the same Windows install
We also have this problem too , we have a 3 way split system part1 = osx part2 = empty ntfs part part 3=winxp
the issue is when we use legacyfirst it will put the blank data part as the boot drive attempt to boot and hang with a \ displayed on the screen , why are ntfs disks detected as boot drives even if they dont contain windows ?
A way to hide individual partitions would solve this problem and cause less confusion for the user.
Did anyone find a workaround ?
Would like at least to specify default boot partition, so it doesn't keep on booting empty data partition (when using legacyfirst), as obvioussly BootCamp puts Windows last (go figure)