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Dual Boot Razer Blade Pro 2017 17"

Discussion in 'The Linux Corner' started by jtmk, Jun 4, 2017.

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  1. systembizVolt816

    systembizVolt816 New Member

    Here's what I've done so far:
    1. turn off sata controller
    2. turn off raid 0
    3. install ubuntu on first drive
    4. try a bunch of different things to get a usb drive with a windows 10 iso to run the windows installer in UEFI mode.
    * unetbootin on linux
    * winusb on linux
    * terminal procedure on linux
    * windows media creation tool on windows

    Has anybody been able to get their second drive to be a windows drive?

    If so, what were your steps to create the thumb drive and get it to work?
     
  2. razor950

    razor950 New Member

    Well, I know that for windows, I've used https://rufus.akeo.ie/ and made a USB that boots a windows installer in UEFI mode.
     
  3. systembizVolt816

    systembizVolt816 New Member

    SOLVED!

    Here's what I had to do: (from https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us...02-error/036e31e9-d695-495d-bd30-b1e560ac4cf5 )

    1. prepare a USB flash drive (with capacity less than or equal to 32GB)
    2. format it with FAT32 file system
    3. download the EFI Shell, Shell_Full.efi, from Github
    https://github.com/tianocore/edk2/tree/master/EdkShellBinPkg/FullShell/X64 (if you're using 64bit OS)
    https://github.com/tianocore/edk2/tree/master/EdkShellBinPkg/FullShell/Ia32 (if you're using 32bit OS)
    4. rename the filename of the EFI Shell
    rename it from Shell_Full.efi to bootx64.efi (if you're using 64bit OS)
    rename it from Shell_Full.efi to bootIa32.efi (if you're using 32bit OS)
    5. copy it to \EFI\Boot\ folder of the USB flash drive
    6. launch the BIOS SETUP to disable "Secure Boot", save the changes and exit the BIOS SETUP
    7. boot from the USB flash drive
    8. show EFI variables
    dmpstore -b *Revoke* [Enter]
    9. you'll see "Revoke" information
    10. delete the "Revoke" information (in my case, I needed to delete two EFI variables below)
    dmpstore -d RevokeSiSPolicySigners [Enter]
    dmpstore -d RevokeSiPolicyVersion [Enter]
    11. shut down the computer from the EFI Shell
    reset -s [Enter]
    12. (optional) launch the BIOS SETUP to enable "Secure Boot", save the changes and exit the BIOS SETUP
     
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