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GUID Partition Table (GPT) is a partitioning scheme that is part of the [[Unified Extensible Firmware Interface]] specification; it uses a [[Wikipedia:Globally unique identifier|globally unique identifier]] for qualifying devices. It is the next generation partitioning scheme designed to succeed the [[Master Boot Record]] partitioning scheme method.  It evolved to deal with [[Master Boot Record#Problems_with_MBR|several shortcomings]] of the MBR partitioning scheme method and offers additional advantages.
 
GUID Partition Table (GPT) is a partitioning scheme that is part of the [[Unified Extensible Firmware Interface]] specification; it uses a [[Wikipedia:Globally unique identifier|globally unique identifier]] for qualifying devices. It is the next generation partitioning scheme designed to succeed the [[Master Boot Record]] partitioning scheme method.  It evolved to deal with [[Master Boot Record#Problems_with_MBR|several shortcomings]] of the MBR partitioning scheme method and offers additional advantages.
  
 
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See [[Partitioning#GUID Partition Table]].

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GUID Partition Table (GPT) is a partitioning scheme that is part of the Unified Extensible Firmware Interface specification; it uses a globally unique identifier for qualifying devices. It is the next generation partitioning scheme designed to succeed the Master Boot Record partitioning scheme method. It evolved to deal with several shortcomings of the MBR partitioning scheme method and offers additional advantages.

See Partitioning#GUID Partition Table.