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How to UEFI mode? Based on Computers

I want to switch from bios-compatibility mode to uefi mode.

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    JasonTech Apr 11, 2013

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  1. Use Device Manager's Firmware option and select Boot from EFI Internal Shell.
  2. Use the EFI internal shell, as follows:
    1. Start the EFI internal shell from the EFI boot menu and select the drive with the Windows product DVD or Windows PE. The following example assumes that the drive is Fs0:

      Shell> Fs0:
    2. Start the EFI boot application. For example, on an x64 system, run the following command:

      fs0:> \EFI\BOOT\BOOTX64.EFI For an Intel Itanium system, run the following command:

      Fs0:\EFI\BOOT\BOOTIA64.EFI
    3. After the application starts, you may be immediately prompted to press a key to boot from the drive to continue. Press a key to continue booting from the installation media.

    4. After the installation is complete, you can check whether Windows used the EFI boot environment by running DiskPart and verifying that the drive is formatted using the GPT file structure and that the ESP and MSR partitions are present.

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You didn't post the Make, Model of the computer. Do a System Restore/recovery.

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