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WinPE: Create USB Bootable drive

Applies To: Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2012 R2 Create a Windows PE (WinPE) bootable USB flash drive or an external USB hard drive. The default installation runs from memory (RAM disk), so you can remove the drive while Windows PE is running. Install the Windows ADK Install the following features from the Windows Assessment and Deployment Kit (Windows ADK): Deployment Tools: includes the Deployment and Imaging Tools Environment.
Windows Preinstallation Environment : includes the files used to install Windows PE.
Install Windows PE Start the Deployment and Imaging Tools Environment as an administrator. Create a working copy of the Windows PE files. Specify either x86, amd64, or arm: copype amd64 C:\WinPE_amd64 Install Windows PE to the USB flash drive, specifying the drive letter: MakeWinPEMedia /UFD C:\WinPE_amd64 F: WarningThis command reformats the drive. Boot to Windows PE Connect the USB device to the PC you want to work on. Turn on the PC, and press the…

OS Setup (Windows): Installing using the MBR or GPT partition style

Applies To: Windows 8.1 When installing Windows on UEFI-based PCs using Windows Setup, your hard drive partition style must be set up to support either UEFI mode or legacy BIOS-compatibility mode. For example, if you receive the error message: “Windows cannot be installed to this disk. The selected disk is not of the GPT partition style”, it’s because your PC is booted in UEFI mode, but your hard drive is not configured for UEFI mode. You’ve got a few options: Reboot the PC in legacy BIOS-compatibility mode. This option lets you keep the existing partition style. For more info, see Boot to UEFI Mode or Legacy BIOS mode.
Reformat the drive for UEFI by using the GPT partition style. This option lets you use the PC’s UEFI firmware features.

You can do this yourself by reformatting the drive using the instructions below, or if you need to preserve the data, use a third-party utility to convert the drive to GPT format.
Why should I convert my drive? Many PCs now include the ability to use the…

WinPE: Boot in UEFI or legacy BIOS mode

Applies To: Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2012 R2 When you boot Windows PE on a UEFI PC, you may need to check whether the PC is booted in UEFI mode or legacy BIOS-compatibility mode. For example, running Windows Setup through Windows PE requires you to be in the correct firmware mode. For many operations, such as applying Windows images using Diskpart and DISM, the firmware mode might not make a difference. Boot to UEFI mode When booting the PC, you may need to manually select the UEFI boot files: \EFI\BOOT\BOOTX64.EFI. Boot your PC and press the key to get into the firmware menus (examples: Esc, F2, F9, F12).
Look for a firmware option to choose the boot file (examples: Boot to file, Boot to EFI file).
Select the file from the USB drive: \EFI\BOOT\BOOTX64.EFI.