In order to benefit from the new UEFI features (including faster system startup), you will have to prepare your USB device slightly different.
Main take-away here: UEFI accepts boot loaders in files placed a the FAT formatted boot volume
To prepare your USB stick (4GB minimum) manually follow these steps:
Do you want to check if Windows is installed in such a way that its actually using UEFI, please consult my other blog post.
<p>Hi, are you sure about second "clean" in the sequence? I'd say that this wipes the drive, so your previous steps will be lost.... but maybe I'm wrong:)</p>
<p>Hi Tomas, you are absolutely right. Thanks for commenting, will fix it straight away!</p>
<p>I used Win7 USB tool to convert ISO to USB...the tool formatted my usb stick to NTFS..I selected UEFI boot & it boots so its not only FAT is it?</p>
<p>The USB will boot but in the end you will have a NON-UEFI installation. Please read my other blog post on how to check afterwards.</p>
<p>may you can help me</p>
<p>how make win 7 & win 8 or the other os in UEFI?</p>
<p>i mean 2 booting win 7 & win 8 or the other OS</p>
<p>how about install.wim files that in the source directory? its size >4gb ?</p>
<p>I had trouble with this method as my motherboard (Gigabyte with Hybrid EFI) wasn't booting in EFI mode. I found the site at <a rel="nofollow" target="_new" href="http://forums.bit-tech.net/showthread.php?t=209045">forums.bit-tech.net/showthread.php</a> helpful as to how to add an efi file to help the USB device boot in EFI mode.</p>
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