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  1.    24 May 2016 #1
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    How To Burn Win10 ISO as UEFI?


    I've been googling around but still I can't find a way to burn an ISO into a disc as UEFI.

    I know I can just simply use Rufus to create a UEFI bootable ISO but I would also like to learn how to burn it into a blank DVD disk as UEFI compatible.

    Thanks!
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  2.    24 May 2016 #2
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    The windows 10 ISO supports booting both UEFI and Legacy Mode..
    Mount the ISO and Copy the contents of the ISO to your DVD Burner (a USB Stick is the preferred method of choice)
    Then use the F12 BootMenu to select the UEFI DVD Device as the Bootable device
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  3.    24 May 2016 #3
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    Or if you have DVD burning software that supports ISO files as a source, such as IMGBURN, just pick the ISO file as the source and let the software burn the DVD from it.
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  4.    24 May 2016 #4
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    Quote Originally Posted by Freecs View Post
    I've been googling around but still I can't find a way to burn an ISO into a disc as UEFI.

    I know I can just simply use Rufus to create a UEFI bootable ISO but I would also like to learn how to burn it into a blank DVD disk as UEFI compatible.

    Thanks!
    The file system on a disc is UDF - so there are no special UEFI considerations for putting the ISO on a DVD.

    The issue with a USB is that it can be formatted with any file system - for a UEFI install, a USB must be formatted FAT32.

    You also don't need any special burning software - the built-in Burn utility (Win8, Win10) works just fine.

    After downloading the ISO, right click the file and select burn disc image
    Pick the DVD drive and press burn
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  5.    26 May 2016 #5
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    Quote Originally Posted by NavyLCDR View Post
    Or if you have DVD burning software that supports ISO files as a source, such as IMGBURN, just pick the ISO file as the source and let the software burn the DVD from it.
    That's exactly what I did. The problem is, the machine I'm formatting only reads UEFI supported OS.

    Sure I can just set the boot option to Legacy support but I can't create a partition because the machine uses a GPT partition.
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  6.    26 May 2016 #6
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    And the DVD is UEFI compatible.

    http://winaero.com/blog/install-windows-10-using-uefi-unified-extensible-firmware-interface/
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  7.    26 May 2016 #7
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slartybart View Post
    You also don't need any special burning software - the built-in Burn utility (Win8, Win10) works just fine.

    After downloading the ISO, right click the file and select burn disc image
    Pick the DVD drive and press burn
    So, by following this step I can then create a UEFI supported OS? Also, is there a way to do this in Windows 7?
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  8.    26 May 2016 #8
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    Quote Originally Posted by NavyLCDR View Post
    http://winaero.com/blog/install-windows-10-using-uefi-unified-extensible-firmware-interface/
    The steps still requires bootable USB.
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  9.    26 May 2016 #9
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyhi View Post
    Mount the ISO and Copy the contents of the ISO to your DVD Burner
    Could you elaborate more on this instruction?
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  10.    26 May 2016 #10
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    Quote Originally Posted by Freecs View Post
    The steps still requires bootable USB.
    A DVD burned from the ISO file is UEFI compatible - it will both boot in UEFI mode and capable of installing Windows 10 in UEFI mode. No bootable USB flash drive is required.
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