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  1. Thread: Windows 10 bootable USB has 2 UEFI patitions? by D3SOL4TE
    Forum: Installation and Upgrade
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    Thanks for the reply Akeo. I think I tried...

    Thanks for the reply Akeo.

    I think I tried booting from "Partition 1" and while it appeared to work I wasn't sure if it would cause any issues?

    For future reference providing it will even boot...
  2. Thread: Windows 10 bootable USB has 2 UEFI patitions? by D3SOL4TE
    Forum: Installation and Upgrade
    Replies 31 Views 42,557

    Thanks. I'm pretty certain I had tried it...

    Thanks.


    I'm pretty certain I had tried it with a MBR partition also but it would previously still progress so far but then fail with an error message.


    Thanks for taking the time to explain...
  3. Thread: Windows 10 bootable USB has 2 UEFI patitions? by D3SOL4TE
    Forum: Installation and Upgrade
    Replies 31 Views 42,557

    I followed the instructions you gave but after...

    I followed the instructions you gave but after mounting the ISO and attempting to copy the files to the USB I receive the following dialogue box.
    224738

    Not that it really matters now since I...
  4. Thread: Windows 10 bootable USB has 2 UEFI patitions? by D3SOL4TE
    Forum: Installation and Upgrade
    Replies 31 Views 42,557

    Hi NavyLCDR I'm using Rufus because using the...

    Hi NavyLCDR

    I'm using Rufus because using the Windows media creation tool to create a bootable USB always fails with some seeminly generic error message and the iso downloaded through the media...
  5. Thread: Windows 10 bootable USB has 2 UEFI patitions? by D3SOL4TE
    Forum: Installation and Upgrade
    Replies 31 Views 42,557

    Windows 10 bootable USB has 2 UEFI patitions?

    Apologies if this is the incorrect forum for this but I was unsure where best to post this.

    I've created a Windows 10 bootable USB using Rufus in order to do a clean install of Windows but when...
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