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UEFI Bootable USB Flash Drive - Create in Windows


jamerst

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Ok, I don't really know then :L sorry but this is a que for someone else. Have you tried messing around with the boot option priorities maybe?
 

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Those look like your PCI ports I would leave those alone if I were you. I can take a look as I actually have a very similar BIOS to yours :)
 

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Yeah that's right !

I put CSM on Enabled (= Desactivation of EFI on new Asus hardware).

After that, i simply copy Win7 on USB Key (FAT32) and after booting, i have the USB in UEFI mode and normal mode.

So the installation start without trouble , i delete all the partions and reinstall Windows

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Kiss said:
I put CSM on Enabled (= Desactivation of EFI on new Asus hardware).
NO, = options of

uEFI only
uEFI & Legacy
Legacy only
 

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Thank you for precisions ;)

Anyway, the main question is still here : error 0xc000000d, problem with BCD.

Perhaps it's due to the factory partitionning of the disk ? I will try to reinstall in uEFI after having delete all the factory partition.
 

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Great news Parman. What turned out to be the solution?
 

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The disk i was using had more then 1 version in it. I found the right version, but i decided to just download the iso from dell to make sure it all works correct.
 
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Thank you for posting back.

I cleaned up the posts.
 

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My new asus was getting the same errors as kiss's. after enabling CSM it booted into installation.

What is CSM?
 
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Hi,

Hoping someone can help me with this.

I am using a sony vaio vpcsa3afx with 256 ssd. Trying to dual boot win7 and ubuntu.

BIOS Insydh20, options in the bios only lets me enable external storage boot, which works great. I can install ubuntu or windows separately using a usb stick, but as soon as I install one I can't install the other.

Installing Windows first, when I boot into ubuntu setup, it says all my HD has free space, which is inaccurate, since I've partitioned some to install windows.

Installing Ubuntu first, I can't install windows because of the GPT partition, which is how I got to this thread. I was under the impression that if I installed windows 7 in UEFI it would fix my issue. I am assuming I am running into this issue since my bios is not really letting me change form IDE to AHCI but that's besides the point.

Now I am not asking for help on the above, I am just posting how I got here.

However, what I need help on is this. I followed all the steps in the first post and my bios does not have the typical f12 boot menu to select what to boot from. The BIOS is supposed to just pick it up and know that there's a usb stick plugged in and boot into it. This works flawlessly for both Ubuntu and Windows 7 if I use the Universal USB Installer for Ubuntu and Windows 7 USB DVD Download Tool?

Following all the steps to do a bootable USB stick is not working, my laptop doesn't recognize the usb stick as a bootable stick. Anyone have any ideas on how I can force it another way to use the usb stick other than using f12? Is there anything I can do to make the USB stick a true bootable stick like it does if I use the Windows 7 USB DVD Download Tool? Or how about changing the ISO itself to have the boot folder copied into the root of EFI with the other EFI file then load it using Universal USB Installer (the win 7 usb tool makes it NTFS automatically, I am assuming that it needs to be FAT32)?

I don't know just throwing out ideas.

Thanks in advance,

Ed
 

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edcampos said:
Following all the steps to do a bootable USB stick is not working, my laptop doesn't recognize the usb stick as a bootable stick. Anyone have any ideas on how I can force it another way to use the usb stick other than using f12? Is there anything I can do to make the USB stick a true bootable stick like it does if I use the Windows 7 USB DVD Download Tool? Or how about changing the ISO itself to have the boot folder copied into the root of EFI with the other EFI file then load it using Universal USB Installer (the win 7 usb tool makes it NTFS automatically, I am assuming that it needs to be FAT32)?
The format will need to be FAT32.

Follow post one for Windows 8, for Windows 7 also do Step 11.

To boot from the one time boot menu using the F? key, check your manual for the right key.

Windows 8 Downgrade-005 SB.PNG

Than boot from the UEFI drive.

Windows 8 Downgrade-006 SB for posting.PNG

How to install Windows 64 bit on a uEFI/BIOS firmware:

UEFI (Unified Extensible Firmware Interface) - Install Windows 7 with - Windows 7 Forums
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http://www.eightforums.com/tutorial...e-firmware-interface-install-windows-8-a.html
 

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partogi

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So, if we skip step 11 when making windows 7 bootable usb then it will only become non-uefi bootable usb?

Is there any benefit if I format the usb as NTFS rather than FAT32?
 
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