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How To Boot To Uefi?

Discussion in 'Solved' started by Zactrife, Apr 4, 2018.

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  1. Zactrife

    Zactrife Registered User

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    Okay, I'd downloaded windows 90in1 (win7 -win10) I'm having trouble to boot this to uefi. It only has bootia32.efi. Help.
     
  2. Mathew Stewart

    Mathew Stewart Verified Member

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    Im no expert in these matters but Im sure "RUFUS" will help you do this :)

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  3. shhnedo

    shhnedo Power User

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    Decide what you want to install(7 or 10), download a proper iso and make a bootable usb using Rufus(MBR for UEFI / GPT for UEFI) or WinSetupFromUSB(format the usb with FAT32).
     
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  4. Apache

    Apache Verified Member

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    if your laptop/pc is set to boot UEFI in you BIOS - you can change it to legacy or left it to UEFI... as @Mathew Stewart wrote - you have to set this tool - Rufus to those options depending of your BIOS settings - the more information you provide - the better will be the answers to your question!
     
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