I have the same situation, when i wanted to downgrade from 10 to 8. Then you would need the bootable disc. But it doesn't restart, just turns itself off. If I set the boot up for the Kingston then switch it for the Generic, it won't detect. However there are no boot options other than Windows Boot Manager.
The key part of this tutorial is finding the right boot menu key s to press. It doesn't mention anything about the flash drive. When vendor logo appears on screen, press Boot Option Key repeatedly until Boot Option Menu appears. It doesn't boot even if i go on legacy mode. I let it go through the process, then it showed the asus start screen and nothing.
The only proviso is that it may not be possible to lock the C: drive when trying to restore it. When I select to boot from the usb I have plugged in, the screen goes off, and then comes back on with the asus screen and then proceeds to boot windows! It should be F9, probably - see my screenshot. There was Bitlocker encryption on Drive C for which the client didn't have the key. Insert the bootable disk, and power on your computer. How do I fix this? I already have the Secure Boot disabled.
There are no options for selecting legacy boot. There doesn't appear to be any ability to add new boot options. If so how would one go about updating it? So, i'm trying to make my own Hackintosh, and i did everything right. Different versions of Windows use different file systems. Is this thread still ongoing? You will need to boot using some other method.
If not- You should send an e-mail to techsupport nero. And also boot override option is not not allowed and secure boot disabled, and also windows boot manager disappeared eventualy of course. . This page might give you some hints on getting Linux running on your device if Linux is case : Hi, I'm actually trying to install android x86. Is this like this for all motherboards? If you , try to with. We will be more than happy to assist you. I've attached a screenshot of my ssd partitions.
When I go into the boot order. I tried with another one and it worked. Pardon the late reply , just starting this project for multiple mach. More often than not it is the 'F2', 'Del' or whichever is the appropriate key for your computer. I even downloaded a fresh windows 10 install.
Google tells me I am wrong about the secure boot option - this device is fussy. They had my daughter's computer that had a flickering screen hardware probably back to me in about 10 calendar days, but you do have to pay for shipping to them. Screen goes blank for about a second and then proceeds with normal booting asus screen and then win 8. If and when I have more development, I'll post it here. Leave your bootable disc in the drive, if it doesn't boot, go and check if the above settings didn't change and make sure secured boot menu is disabled. I have disable device encryption and secure boot. When vendor logo appears on screen, press click for details repeatedly until Boot Option Menu appears.
Have people had any joy with their issues? If you have a step-by-step that works on this Asus, can you give some pointers to the HowTo because I've tried everything I can think off and still no luck. This is performing step 12 of that procedure. Step 4: Choose Boot in sub-menu. It sounds like you wiped the boot record off that drive. The operating system I use is Windows 10 Home 1709 Fall Creators Update. Now, when I start it, I get the blue screen that says there was a problem and Windows will restart. So do I need to update my bios then or not? Okay, I just tried that and it didn't work.
Is it possible to get an external drive that you can connect to your system for the purposes of creating the bootable disc and then booting from it? I also have the Legacy. Few things to note about it though, in case anyone is reading trying to figure the same thing out. Then go back to the security tab and disable Secure Boot. I have same problem, wiped windows to put in full install of Ubuntu, had to disable decrypt, disable secure boot and put bootia32. Won't read, same reaction, blanks out then returns to bios. So i formated the lap. It's a question I'm sure other people would like to know the answer to.
Maybe has something to do with the recovery partition? Please let us know what they have to say. You need to do installation manually. Searched forums for hours and couldn't find a solution. But that's basically the entire problem. F2 laptop ThinkPad edge, e431, e531, e545, helix, l440, l540, s431, t440s, t540p, twist, w510, w520, w530, w540, x140, x220, x230, x240, X1 carbon F12 F1 laptop IdeaPad s300, u110, u310 Touch, u410, u510, y500, y510, yoga 11, yoga 13, z500 Novobutton Small button on the side next to the power button. His instructions were to wipe data and revive notebook. This was a complete reset, deleting everything.