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Booting from USB pendrive 6 years 7 months ago #298

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What would be the prerequisites to boot from a flash drive? I can't see USB drive in the boot options, only appears "Built-in EFI Shell", "UEFI OS" and Fedora.
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Booting from USB pendrive 6 years 7 months ago #302

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Sir, you need to create a UEFI bootable USB drive.

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Booting from USB pendrive 6 years 6 months ago #435

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I've done this a couple of times now; the first time, I think I used the wrong partition scheme, and was forced to use NTFS, but I've now followed this example, and I am still unable to boot to the USB, or even to an external DVD. I get the option when pressing F11, but it just continues to boot to the UEFI Shell. What am I missing?
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Booting from USB pendrive 6 years 6 months ago #438

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What ISO file you use? Can you try this step by step guide?
www.jaguarboard.org:8090/display/ED/Turn...HD+Multimedia+Player

Just for confirmation about the boot issue you said.
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Booting from USB pendrive 6 years 6 months ago #443

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I loaded the suggested image to my USB, with the same build options, but have the same problem; the USB stick appears in my list of bootable options, but it will not boot. I've tried multiple USB sticks as well,and a USB DVD drive, with the same result.

FYI, my original attempt was to load the latest Windows 10 build from an iso image (v1511 feb2016 x64).
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Booting from USB pendrive 6 years 6 months ago #462

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ohmm, can you show me the screenshot of UEFI utility?
I think your uefi is 32 bit for windows if you can boot win10 build, you need to flash uefi to 64 bit for linux.

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www.jaguarboard.org/downloads/UEFI.zip
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