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Windows 10 uefi installation. How? Is mylaptop supported ?

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No i had both secureboot and legacy disabled, and it was not reading anything at all.
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How you tried Windows 10 Media Creation Tool   to create yourself a installation media.
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No i havnt, i used rufus... With the specified settings within the pic that iv uploaded.
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Try Windows 10 Media Creation Tool as well see what happens.
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Hi,

 

No i havnt, i used rufus... With the specified settings within the pic that iv uploaded.

 

On Rufus select MBR partition scheme for UEFI and on the UEFI configuration set Legacy Support to Disabled and Secure Boot to Enabled.


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