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can you reset to defaults? To install Windows 10. 6 years 6 months ago #546

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No luck. I think I am going to investigate going back to linux. Thanks for all your efforts.
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can you reset to defaults? To install Windows 10. 6 years 6 months ago #562

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I discovered something new that may give a hint to my problem. When I try to start from my USB drive to install windows Android starts up and copies some files to my thumb drive. My theory is that when I attempted to install android I installed it on to some internal partition on the board that is overriding anything I attempt to do. Is there a way to reformat the internal memory on the board or reset to default state?

Here is a video of what is happening:
drive.google.com/file/d/0B2yrYsxOOlsKNmV...WTg/view?usp=sharing
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can you reset to defaults? To install Windows 10. 6 years 6 months ago #573

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I watched the video, you can boot the android, so your current UEFI version must be 64 bit for linux, you use the wrong UEFI!
If you want to run windows, you have to flash the 32 bit UEFI for windows!
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can you reset to defaults? To install Windows 10. 6 years 6 months ago #575

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Thanks. I thought I did that already but I will double check and do it again.
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can you reset to defaults? To install Windows 10. 6 years 6 months ago #578

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Yea. Already did that. On the Bios screen it says JBTCR 0.43.
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can you reset to defaults? To install Windows 10. 6 years 6 months ago #579

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Can you paste a screenshot of UEFI here?
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