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Tinor

UEFI variable storage full

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I started up my laptop today I am using lenovo t450 (16 GB ddr3l and 222 ssd) with a debin based linux (kali linux) and found a message on screen uefi storage is nearly full clean it . what should I do?

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18 minutes ago, Tinor said:

I started up my laptop today I am using lenovo t450 with a debin based linux and found a message on screen uefi storage is nearly full clean it 

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That's the UEFI NVRam but honestly, I had no idea the OS needed to write data to it? TIL. I should add there's a few edge cases (like when you tell the OS to reboot directly to the firmware for example) but these instructions should be cleared after they're executed.

 

Clearing it out SHOULDN'T cause any ill affect.


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