The mbr is not os specific, it just knows how to find the bootable partition and execute its boot record.
The one we install is just a standard piece of code that's probably 30 years old.
Thank you for the answer.
If you can, could you please let me know the differences between Windows original MBR and the "safe" MBR?
I have little knowledge about MBR...
Probably very little. Functionally they will be the same. In the past some hw vendors though have formatted machines with strange mbrs though.
I have aonother question.
When install EEPC with "EEPC52 OPTION: Update MBR for Endpoint Encryption for PC compatibility" enabled, the machine original MBR turns back after EEPC is uninstalled?
No, it's replaced with a standard mbr.