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Cannot boot from USB drive

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Hi,

I just bought new laptop and cannot boot from usb drive to install Windows.

Boot menu gives only two options - boot from internal SSD or boot from EFI file.

There is no 'legacy support' in the settings.

Please help!

Thanks.

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I just found the solution myself.

You need to write iso to your usb-flash in GDP UEFI format - and after you will see it in the boot menu list (F9).

I installed win10 without any problem.

To prepare usb you can use this small software - https://rufus.ie/

Regards!

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I just found the solution myself.

You need to write iso to your usb-flash in GDP UEFI format - and after you will see it in the boot menu list (F9).

I installed win10 without any problem.

To prepare usb you can use this small software - https://rufus.ie/

Regards!

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