in my motherboard's BIOS settings, i modified:
- "CSM support": changed from "Auto" to "Enabled".
- "Legacy USB support": changed from "Auto" to "Enabled".
Still both FreeBSD/NetBSD installers failed to boot in UEFI mode. the same issue still persists.
But, both boots fine in Legacy BIOS mode.
So i installed NetBSD 9.0 amd64 in Legacy BIOS mode, in a GPT disk. i'm currently running this.
i hope FreeBSD is gonna install OK too. i didn't install FreeBSD yet, just hoping that it'd work.
My questions are:
(1) Why both of the FreeBSD / NetBSD installers are failing to boot in UEFI mode?
(2) What's the major differences between running FreeBSD/NetBSD in UEFI mode VS Legacy BIOS mode? Specially, how much is it going to affect: bhyve / qemu-NVMM ? are certain functionalities of bhyve/qemu-NVMM going to be disabled because i'm running in Legacy BIOS mode?