I want to convert my existing GPT partition table to a MBR one. UEFI is giving me too many headaches with Linux.
Actually, I'm just interested in my Windows partition. All the articles on the internet (and questions on superuser?) aim to do the reverse: MBR to GPT.
I've been thinking if something like this would work: Use a Linux LiveCD to 'dd' an image of the Windows C:\ partition (possibly the windows system partition thing too?) to an external device, create a new MBR partition table and install Windows, then copy the dd'ed partitions over?
I bet it's not that simple, and I really don't want to risk all the data on the Windows partition.