Since x64 Linux can be booted via a custom 32-bit GRUB.. I assume it could also do the same for windows, but "how to use grub to bypass a 32bit uefi to boot windows 10 x64" seems to indicate otherwise, though the explanation given does not completely explain why (to me at least).
Boot from USB again...format the GPT/ESP partition windows created (you must un-hide it first)create a EFI structure (just as you did in the USB drive)copy also GRUB2 to this partition...
In the following image, Windows Boot Manager states "Windows failed to start. A recent hardware or software change might be the cause." The image also shows the Status as "0xc0000225", File: as \windows\System32\drivers\atapi.sys, and Info: as "The operating system couldn't be loaded because a critical system driver is missing or contains errors."
In the following image, Windows Boot Manager states "Windows failed to start. A recent hardware or software change might be the cause." The image also shows the Status as "0xc0000225", the File as \windows\System32\config\system, and Info: as "The operating system couldn't be loaded because the system registry file is missing or contains errors."
In the following image, the recovery screen states "Your PC/Device needs to be repaired. The operating system couldn't be loaded because the system registry file is missing or contains errors." The image also shows the Error code as "0xc0000225" and the File as \windows\System32\config\system.
The pattern consist of an initial timeout error on a random block# < 32767 followed by a sequence of similar errors periodically repeated every (32768 - windowsize) blocks. Note that, despite the logged errors, the bug can pass unnoticed because Serva's TFTP error recovery routine does its job; finally the affected file gets correctly transfered but with some considerable delay (+2 sec per error => +40% in our 200Mb transfer example). This error is harder to be seen on small file transfers (let's say less than 32768 blocks). The problem has already been reported to VMware people here (Oct/2013) and they are working on it. Please do not blame VMware on this; it seems the bug is located in some old 3rd party PXE ROM code used by VMware products. The problem is currently (Jan/2015) solved; VMware 11.
hi i faced this problem on lot of type of laptops, now i fount solution for this problem, first make a usb bootable windows 10 32 bit, after turn on the laptop and press F9 button to select bootable device after select boot from EFI and select EFI file from boot folder
chain.c32 is a COM32 module for Syslinux. It can chainload MBRs, partition boot sectors, Windows bootloaders (ntldr, setupldr.bin and bootmgr), MS-DOS and PC-DOS io.sys, Freedos kernel.sys, isolinux.bin (only from ISOLINUX), grldr of grub4dos, or a bootsector saved to a file. It can also swap BIOS drive numbers, or hide partitions (via partition's ID).
Hi there. I have new brought Aspire 3 A315-31-COA7 from online with Linux Endless OS. Now I want to install windows 7 using my USB drive but got no option to boot. BIOS has no option in my boot priority.
. After restarting your computer, you will be asked to select which OS to launch. But this doesn't happen and it directly restarted to windows 8.1 that I had in my pc Acer aspire A315 31.I had installed windows 8.1 over it's inbuilt endless os .I want it again in dual boot. Plz. Help
Is it possible to dual boot say: a Winpe 5.0 X64 and a windows 7/8 deployment created in MDT ? How different would the steps be? this would be gold in my organisation, we already have a nice windows 8 Build create in MDT and a WinPE 5.0 X64 build also, putting them both on a usb bootable stick would be a dream come true, if anyone can help, pleeeeease let me know!
Second. If you are new into windows deployment/imaging, you should not do this as a first step. Use the free MDT 2013 deployment solution from Microsoft to replace your ghost images. In fact, everybody doing Windows deployment should use MDT 2013.
While Rufus is a great tool, there is no need to use it or any 3rd party tool to create Windows Bootable USBs. All you need is a Windows machine and a small Powershell script to create a bootable drive. More details here -v.io/create-bootable-usb-windows Opens a new window. That works perfectly for Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016/2019.
Just a quick note in case this can help some one in the future. I tried everything listed in this thread without success when trying to install windows on a Pro X2 G2 Tablet/Laptop, but the USB drive was not recognized no matter what I tried (Rufus, media creation tool, Bios settings, etc). The issue is that the USB port which the bios refers to is not the "normal" USB port, but the small USB C port which is also used for charging. Out of desperation I tried connecting a USB C dongle (which has 3 USB ports, an ethernet and VGA port) and connecting the drive with the usb stick prepared with Rufus, everything worked as expected.
My query is, I have dell laptop with windows 10 installed. As of now i have started learning RHEL 7 so tried to install Linux on the same laptop and thought I could make it dual boot.But dont know where I made mistake please help me,
Step that I performed;Step 1 : I made a 98 GiB space unallocated out of 500GiB Hard Drive for linux installation, then i insert the RHEL disc and started installation.Step 2: I given 3GiB for Swap and rest given to "/". with Standard Partition & EXT4 file system.Now the installation done and able to boot with Linux but dual boot was not there.I tried to check some internet tricks but i didnt know how to put them in /grub2/grub.cfg.Then i recovered my MBR using the windows installation disc. but now am not able to boot with RHEL.
What about when my first operating system windows 10 is on a MBR partition ?Please help me with step by step instructions and authentic affiliated links.I am a novice willing to learn whatever it takes to get this done.
After several days trying to install RHEL8, I failed to install, I could not create the USB boot correctly from ISO, try to create from windows 10 with almost all programs, in linux try to create with programs and from the command line but Nothing that can be created successfully, therefore the BIOS does not recognize the created USB, please how do I create the bootable USB correctly from either Windows 10 or Linux, please help, it is 5 days I try. My USB is 64 GB so I do not think it is space, not all files are copied to the usb boot and that does not recognize I believe the UEFI BIOS. Thank you!!Sorry for the English
Can any one please help me in resolving my issue with red hat 7.2. I installed RedHatEnterpriseLinux 7.2 in my laptop by creating freespace in one of the drive. I inserted the red hat Linux disk and installed the OS. RedHat linux installed and it is running fine but it is not showing booting option for windows 10 os. I dont know how to resolve this issue, Please help me regrading this issue.
Hi all, I just installed RHEL 7.4 on my lenovo thinkcenter desktop. I have Windows 10 installed before then. I created a partion of 40GB where i installed Linux. Now i cant boot to Windows any more. Could some please help me with a detailed step-by-step procedure to dual boot my system.i also edit grub file but windows can't boot.That's so signature error so anyone help me ???????
I had windows 7 installed and working . i tried to install RHEL 7.0 installation started and failed after 5-10 mins that an error occurred hence i had to quit and after that i am unable to boot windows 7 even i tried to repair and reinstall using win 7 installation media but unable to detect my sata hardisk. Please help and suggest.
If this still helps someone: I also was unable to boot into the Windows partition after installing RHEL 7.5.Eventually found out that the Windows Bootloader was corrupt. You can check this by loading the UEFI boot menu and trying to load the "Windows boot manager" entry.Fixed the bootloader based on this article: -to-repair-uefi-bootloader-in-windows-8/ (note to use correct locale in case Windows is not en-us).Then I managed to add it to grub using grub2-mkconfig,
You can install Windows alone on all three by configuring a hard drive to be MBR, setting the active partition to be the one containing the Windows folders. A Boot Manager, the 100mb partition you see on windows 7 computers, can be configured to point to this installation or better yet boot the mac holding C and boot into the windows 7 install CD. Have it repair the installation, it will create this partition pointing to Windows.
Thank you so much. I had to waste entire sunday repairing my windows drive (/dev/sda) . I had 2 more hard drives(/dev/sdb & /dev/sdc) with linux fedora, i was trying to clone fedora to larger drive and some how it blew up windows.
I also had a screwed boot partition and after hours of checking the web and trying out tutorials, I was finally able to get my windows booting like a charm again with the great help of this tutorial.
But here comes the solution: Just type bootrec /RebuildBcd and let it check for your windows installation. It should find all your windows installations and you can choose then for each installation you have if you want to add it into the windows boot loader.This only really works if you perform the complete tutorial until the bcedit command. I have tried it without as well before, but only deleting the old partitions and recreating including copying the EFI files did the trick in combination with bootrec /RebuildBcd ?
After installation of Windows 10 on a second hard drive, the old Windows 7 installation did not boot in secure mode anymore. The error message was, that the digital signature of \windows\system32\winload.efi could not be validated (0xc0000428). I tried several repair methods from about 10 articles starting with the repair options from the Windows DVD and the problem lasted some weeks (I was able to boot disabling secure boot) until I found YOUR great guidance! 2b1af7f3a8