This post describes the role of the BCD store in booting Windows 10 on a UEFI-based platform. It describes a number of other files used in the boot process and a workaround for booting your system from the UEFI shell should you encounter the 0xc0000034 error code.
This is the first in a series of posts which demonstrate how to access, use and modify TPM 1.2 and TPM 2.0 resources via a series of UEFI shell applications.
In this post I provide the source code for a simple UEFI shell utility to display the TCG TPM 1.2 event log.
This post shows you how to write a UEFI shell utility which lists the EFI configuration table entries.
This is my first cut at a utility to load and display details about a BMP image file as well as the actual image from the UEFI shell.