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Switch debian install from legacy to UEFI

I have Debian 7 installed on my laptop on the ssd and windows 8 on the hdd. Currently to boot Windows I go into the bios and change a boot setting from legacy to UEFI, which means to boot Debian I am using the legacy option. When I originally installed Debian I recall it being a pain to work with UEFI so that is why I did it this way.

My question is, now that I have more time, is it possible to switch the Debian install so that it can dual boot with windows under UEFI?

A short step by step howto can be found here:

Switch Debian 7 wheezy from legacy to UEFI boot mode

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