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[Guide] Mount and Access EFI partition on Windows 10

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After upgrading to Windows 10, I realized that I could no longer access the mounted EFI partition even when explorer is running with admin privileges!!

 

It took me some time to find a workaround so I thought I share it.

 

1- Mount the EFI partition to a free mount point:

-- Run command prompt as administrator

-- Type "mountvol X: /s" (without the quotes, X being an unused mount point)

 

2- Use Explorer++ (Free, Open Source app) to manipulate the files on the partition:

-- https://explorerplusplus.com/

-- Run Explorer++ with administrative privileges

 

Hope you find this useful

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For me, this just mounted the Windows EFI partition,

 

I was able to mont the OSX EFI partition however by assigning it a drive letter in Minitool Partition Manager

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