NTFS can't boot with Secure Boot enable in the BIOS according to my motherboard BIOS and Rufus warning. I haven't tried FAT32 MBR yet, but I will give it a try right now. If I choose MBR partition scheme, it will choose NTFS only, no FAT32 file type.OK, what happens when you boot from that UEFI (GPT) USB, you just created? Did you try combinations :
- NTFS GPT / Secure Boot enabled
- NTFS GPT / Secure Boot disabled
- NTFS MBR / Secure Boot disabled
- FAT32 GPT / Secure Boot enabled
- FAT32 GPT / Secure Boot disabled
- FAT32 MBR / Secure Boot disabled
But DeepWeb post #14 method works fine with FAT32 GPT with Secure Boot enabled, and I am able to boot into the USB to perform a full disk restore for my laptop.
Did you guys figure it out? I had the same problem with AOMEI. Forget it!
What I ended up doing is I downloaded AOMEI PE Builder:
AOMEI PE Builder|Create Windows PE bootable disk, USB or CD/DVD, with AOMEI PE Builder
It will create an even better Windows PE bootable. Turn it into an .iso file. Then I used Rufus:
Rufus - Create bootable USB drives the easy way
and flashed the iso to my USB.