Pavilion dv6-3177ee (XW119EA #ABV), BIOS: F.23 support UEFI (GPT partitioning)?

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Product name: HP Pavilion dv6-3177ee
Product no.: XW119EA #ABV
System BIOS: F.23 (Insyde) [diagnostic system (F2) supported]
OS: Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 6.1.7601
SMBIOS 2.6

This BIOS does support UEFI (TPG)?
If the HD is partitioned to TPG, Windows 7 Home Premium can be reinstalled from the created under MBR recovery DVD?
In the case of dual-boot, LINUX support the GPT?
In addition, boot.ini could be tweaked to boot LINUX?

If the HD is partitioned to TPG, Windows 7 Home Premium can be reinstalled from the created under MBR recovery DVD?

HP recovery will erase the entire hard drive and restore it on an MBR disk and all the original scores, so no, it won't work.

I do not know if this bios supports the start of TPG,

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