boot dvd uefi motherboard asus

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  1. jonaand

    jonaand MDL Senior Member

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    #1 jonaand, Aug 5, 2015
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    Hello! i have motherboard asus b85-plus
    with boot uefi ENABLE

    i've made aio windows 10 iso with WIK using this command


    Code:
    oscdimg.exe -o -u2 -udfver102 -bootdata:2#p0,e,bE:\win\base\boot\etfsboot.com#pEF,e,bE:\win\base\efi\microsoft\boot\efisys.bin -lWindows10-AIO E:\win\base E:\win\Windows10-AIO.iso
    but can't get dvd boot in uefi mode,
    and if i select with F8 "boot menu" and select UEFI: optical drive, i can see the light trying read but dont boot from dvd and continue boot ssd

    in dvd dont have file bootx64.efi in efi/boot folder
    maybe is this file?

    or dont know how boot from dvd in uefi using asus
    thanks
     
  2. TeamOS

    TeamOS MDL Guru

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    #2 TeamOS, Aug 5, 2015
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    did you try from bios run first the dvd-r?
     
  3. jonaand

    jonaand MDL Senior Member

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    yes select f8 show boot menu, and select dvd drive but nothing
     
  4. TeamOS

    TeamOS MDL Guru

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    you know with this commands you make only the iso you didn't burn it in dvd ....check your dvd have the files???its not possible can't boot
     
  5. jonaand

    jonaand MDL Senior Member

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    yes dvd have all files
    i dont burn iso how data
    i burned iso, have all files the dvd
     
  6. T-S

    T-S MDL Guru

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    Are other media booting?

    If so.

    Just take the image from a working media with ultraiso, delete all files, copy all your files inside, and burn the disc.
     
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  7. Phoenix

    Phoenix MDL Expert

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    are you sure you disabled CMS? you need to do that as well
     
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  8. jonaand

    jonaand MDL Senior Member

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    yes i disable csm
    the onlly way to get boot windows in uefi mode is from usb
    but not from dvd
     
  9. Phoenix

    Phoenix MDL Expert

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    That happened to me with the Windows 7 DVD that my PC Manufacturer sent me (ORIGIN PC), it seems they did something wrong when creating the disc that only gave me the normal boot option but the whole UEFI:DVD drive option was gone. When I tried the genuine Windows 7 Pro DVD that I had bought before it did give me the option for UEFI boot.

    Your best bet is to re-create the DVD from a proper untouched ISO or use RUFUS to create a bootable USB and choose GPT for UEFI if it is for Windows 8/10 or MBR for UEFI if it was for Windows 7
     
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  10. yoda89

    yoda89 MDL Novice

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    Is your AIO x86 based or x64 based ?
     
  11. jonaand

    jonaand MDL Senior Member

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    make 2 iso
    1 for x86 and another x64
    but noone work in boot uefi
     
  12. yoda89

    yoda89 MDL Novice

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    You need to use x86 original ISO to make your AIO x86 and a x64 original ISO to make an AIO x64.

    x86 supports BIOS (etfsboot) and UEFI 32 bits only (efisys.bin).
    x64 supports BIOS (etfsboot) and UEFI 64 bits only (efisys.bin).

    With oscdimg and bootdata it should work for you.
     
  13. jonaand

    jonaand MDL Senior Member

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    yes iso have efisys.bin in efi/micorsoft/boot
     
  14. murphy78

    murphy78 MDL DISM Enthusiast

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    You can boot UEFI from dvd. It will say "UEFI: Dvd-player" or similar in boot options.
     
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  15. riajulzanna

    riajulzanna MDL Junior Member

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    What is your Processor? is that overclocked?
     
  16. yoda89

    yoda89 MDL Novice

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    Can you try to enable "secure boot" and disable "CSM" ?
     
  17. thorazine74

    thorazine74 MDL Novice

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    You probably used the efisys.bin from the x86 iso (it has only /efi/boot/bootia32.efi), which will only make an x86-uefi bootable disc, only useful with tablets and TV boxes that comes with x86-uefi.
    The efisys.bin from the x64 iso has /efi/boot/bootx64.efi which is what you need to boot from a standard x64-uefi, which is what your asus most likely is.
     
  18. odiebugs1

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    #18 odiebugs1, Aug 6, 2015
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    Hey J, First lets hope you're running the 2304 newest UEFI, make sure fast boot disabled, you should try CSM Enabled with secure boot set to UEFI, and then both disabled, set Boot devise control to UEFI and legacy, and then just UEFI.

    If your GPU, IGPU has GOP support, then in theory, with a UEFI disk or flash, all settings can be UEFI as this meets the UEFI criteria.

    If you've tried all these scenario's, sorry I couldn't help any further. As for the UEFI/BIOS updates, newest is a stability which is a reason to update.

    Last resort, you go grab a 8g flash and the exact version of windows you want, instead of fighting to accomplish what you want and with what should work.
     
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  19. jonaand

    jonaand MDL Senior Member

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    i am not stupid, know choose dvd uefi boot, but dont work
     
  20. kuroda

    kuroda MDL Senior Member

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    this command...
    oscdimg -h -m -o -u2 -udfver102 -bootdata:2#p0,e,bc:\win10aio\win10\boot\etfsboot.com#pEF,e,bc:\win10aio\win10\efi\microsoft\boot\efisys.bin -lwin10aio C:\win10aio\win10\ c:\win10aio.iso
    I'm building an ISO AIO and this command works right for UEFI BIOS for both 32 and 64 bit? I put in the folder boot> efi> bootia32.efi and bootx64 together (Q) will work?:confused: