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Windows 7: How to make a bootable UEFI system repair USB

4 Weeks Ago   #1
bendipa

Windows 7 64 Bit
 
 
How to make a bootable UEFI system repair USB

For those (like myself) who have stuck rigidly with Windows 7 you will probably be aware that if you have ever made a Windows CD repair disk (Windows RE) or on a flash drive, and you run a UEFI BIOS computer (not in CSM mode) you will get a "non compatible" error when you try to boot from it. Despite wading through this forum and Microsoft forums, no-one seems to have ever come up with a solution, since all articles deal with the case of running your computer on an MBR system where Windows RE works fine.

if you have a UEFI BIOS system which is not running in CSM mode , I've finally found a way of creating a Windows 7 RE on a flash drive which works like a charm. If you want details of how to do this let me know and I'll post up the procedure, which is easy to do manually.


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4 Weeks Ago   #2
SIW2

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Vista x64 / 7 X64
 
 

Thanks. Most people will either download my boot media, then extract to flash using rufus, or similar.It boots on efi and bios systems.

64 bit
17514x64-v5.iso

32 bit

A23X86.iso

Alternatively, they can use my little program in this zip file for creating winpe and copy the files created by that to formatted flash drive.

New7x64upd.zip

it can create efi/bios bootable winpe from the files on your hard drive - no installation media required.It works fine even if you have updates included in your installation.
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