[Bug 268393] system always reboots once from a powered off state

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Date: Mon, 24 Apr 2023 20:20:09 UTC

--- Comment #43 from Jonathan Vasquez <jon@xyinn.org> ---
I vaguely remember booting from the FreeBSD 13.0 (or 13.1) USB on this machine
and remembering it not crashing, but I couldn't remember correctly if this was
the case. The above situation would make me believe that my memory wasn't
failing me and it was just the sequence of events I did things in when I had
Linux on the machine (or Windows) and then was installing FreeBSD. If it was a
Linux/Windows -> FreeBSD migration, it makes sense that from that state, the
machine would be "good" so FreeBSD wouldn't freak out. But I could have also
been booting from a hot boot if I did something like "boot machine, backup
files, reboot to FreeBSD USB". Hard to know at this point lol.

Another thing was that the UEFI BIOS Firmware file on my UEFI USB for my old
BIOS firmware (0821) had a last modified timestamp of 2022/12/05, this is
probably the date I downloaded the firmware and upgraded my BIOS from whatever
version it came with from the store, to this one.

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