Whether you have built your own computer, or have purchased one from EFIX-USB, the EFI-X module allows you to run multiple operating systems on your computer. We strongly recommend reading this entire Installation Guide before you install the EFI-X module.
PLEASE NOTE: EFIX only support hardware that are listed in Compatibility Chart.
EFI-X will only support a retail legal copy of the operating system, NOT an OEM copy that came with another computer or a back up copy; it has to be a retail copy.
Intel supported sata portes are supported. IDE hard drive or dvd/cd drive is not supported.
for Gagibye EP45 series they are yellow color, for X58 they are blue color, usually 6 ports together, do not connect your components to GSATA ports (usually two ports that are controlled by GSATA)
USE ONE HARD DRIVE FOR EACH OPERATING
You will not be able to install multiple operating system on same hard drive since EFi-X USB V1/V1.1 does not read multiple partitions.
The EFIX box contains:
• EFI-X module (v1 or v.1.1)
• USB header extension cable
• 3M double sided tape.
NOTE: You only have to use the extension cable if EFI-X module doesn't fit. If you don't need the extension cable, just connect the EFI-X module directly to USB1 header on your motherboard.
Always disconnect the power cable from your PC when installing the EFI-X module.
EFI-X Installation with the USB extension cord:
When using the extension cord, please connect it to the EFI-X module as shown above before continuing. Note that one pin is missing on the USB extension cord and there is one blocked pin on the EFI-X module which corresponds to the missing pin on the USB extension cord. Please align accordingly and connect the extension chord to the EFI-X module.
Plug the other end of the EFI-X module extension cord into an available USB1 header on your motherboard. Note that one hole on the USB extension cord is blocked. This blocked hole corresponds to the missing pin in the motherboard USB1 header socket. Please align them accordingly and connect.
The EFi-X module installation is now complete.
Now it's time for the next step: THE EFIX BIOS CONFIGURATION