Ozmosis is a UEFI Platform Manager, if you want to boot your machine in legacy mode don't use/load it and use instead whatever, legacy "bootloader" you want.
thank you for your input, but there seems to be a misunderstanding as to what I am trying to explain, so I will take 2 pictures to explain it.
IMG_4319 is 894M ozmosis
IMG_4320 is 1699M ozmosis
As you can see, All the other drives are not visible. no DVD drives, no windows partitions nothing, even though P1 is a windows 7 Pro disk.
It has it's UEFI entry like it's s'posed to right under the P0 device, and with 894M it works correctly with the fusion drive, with 1699M is does not.
this is the BIOS boot list, not the hermit crab guy, so it should include ALL boot options...