Today i was trying to install Windows 8 Pro on my Dell Latitude E6510 laptop with UEFI enabled.
You can enable UEFI from the bios, (i first installed the most recent bios version) under boot section and then select UEFI.
But with my disappointment i couldn’t boot from my USB key with the windows bootable installation on it.
I prepared the USB key with the Windows 7 USB/DVD Download Tool, a nice tool from Microsoft to make installation from USB possible from an ISO Windows installation image.
After a little bit research on the net i found here that the installation on UEFI is possible only in some circumstances and that the USB Download Tool was useless. Continue reading “Install Windows with UEFI on Dell Latitude”