is it possible to install QNX4 on these-days machines “without” BIOS - I mean with UEFI without Setup option “Legacy BIOS” (I think this option is in UEFI Setup only if the UEFI has CSM = Compatibility Support Module)? I am trying that, there is a setting in UEFI for SATA HDD controller mode “IDE”, but installation terminates on each step of HW detection where (I think) it looks for Legacy BIOS. The first thing to terminate is “PCI BIOS” detection. Yes, you can set installation to “Diagnostic mode” and uncheck all “problematic” HW components but you need at least CD drive, HDD drive and NIC and on some of they the installation terminates too.
To be exact, installation “sees” EIDE Controller, but when launching Fsys.atapi (for CD drive and HDD), Fsys cannot see any drives.
Question #2: Which are the latest Intel mainboard chipsets, that are supported by either classic BIOS (MBR) or if they have already UEFI (GPT) - they have CSM (option “Legacy BIOS” in their Setup)?
Or which are the latest UEFI versions (AMI, Phenix) with CSM (“Legacy BIOS” option in their Setup)?
I am afraid that no Intel Core i3/i5/i7 machines are compatible with QNX4 OS Am I right?