How To Burn Win10 ISO as UEFI?

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  1.    27 May 2016 #11

    Your finished DVD / USB should have a

    BOOTMGR.EFI file and an EFI Folder

    those are the UEFI Boot Files that allow the media to boot the PC in UEFI mode......
    If using a USB stick - it must be formatted in FAT32 to be UEFI compatible..
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       27 May 2016 #12

    Freecs said: View Post
    So, by following this step I can then create a UEFI supported OS? Also, is there a way to do this in Windows 7?
    Yes

    You need disc burning software as Navy mentioned
    Imgburn direct download http://download.imgburn.com/SetupImgBurn_2.5.8.0.exe
    remove the checkmark form an ancillary software offered (google, ask, yahoo etc)
    Guides:
    Functions: The ImgBurn Functions - Guides - ImgBurn Support Forum
    Settings: The ImgBurn Settings - Guides - ImgBurn Support Forum

    There's really not much to figure out. Install the burn software, point to the ISO, select yopur Opticla device, burn
    The data in the ISO determines how Windows gets installed, not how it is burned.
    As long as the burn is good, so should be the install media.

    You can easily test that by booting the newly burned disc - if it boots, it is in all likelyhood good to use on Legacy OR UEFI systems of the same bit depth (x86 / 32-bit ... x64 / 64-bit)
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  3.    29 May 2016 #13

    The question I would ask is, when you boot and use the Boot Device Menu, is there a UEFI version of the DVD you can select?

    Most of the comments in this thread are correct. If you select the .iso and the burn the image to the DVD the DVD is capable of booting to either the Legacy or UEFI versions. The bios must be set to allow UEFI boot or UEFI and Legacy to see that option.
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