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I can not choose the partition to create the boot .
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I am trying to create a UEFI boot Linux , but end up failing because the program does not select the partition. He does not focus on the option to be able to click . Please help me. Dodgy Dodgy
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(01-29-2016, 11:33 AM)Bruno Alves Wrote: I am trying to create a UEFI boot Linux , but end up failing because the program does not select the partition. He does not focus on the option to be able to click . Please help me. Dodgy  Dodgy

I'm having the same problem. I can see my drives and partitions but can't select them by clicking on the partition to create a new boot entry.  I'm running in administer, windows 10, acer aspire switch secure boot off. Can anyone help?
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(01-29-2016, 02:46 PM)Classpro Wrote:
(01-29-2016, 11:33 AM)Bruno Alves Wrote: I am trying to create a UEFI boot Linux , but end up failing because the program does not select the partition. He does not focus on the option to be able to click . Please help me. Dodgy  Dodgy

I'm having the same problem. I can see my drives and partitions but can't select them by clicking on the partition to create a new boot entry.  I'm running in administer, windows 10, acer aspire switch secure boot off. Can anyone help?

Managed to solve the problem! Someone handed me the link of a slightly older version. And here I worked , I managed to create my boot Remix OS 2.0 , sorry that my notebook will not start. ( never buy notebooks from Lenovo, are slow and poorly made , just like me ) . Link EasyUEFI https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BxrDN3Al9YpVcUlTYUVFV1NKZEE/view
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Thank you for reporting this problem and we have solved this problem. Please download it and try again: http://www.easyuefi.com/downloads/EasyUEFI_Enterprise_Trial.exe
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(01-30-2016, 11:52 AM)admin Wrote: Thank you for reporting this problem and we have solved this problem. Please download it and try again: http://www.easyuefi.com/downloads/EasyUEFI_Enterprise_Trial.exe

Thank you for the update.  It works to select and save instructions.  However, the settings are lost after reboot.  It works the first time if I go through windows to the boot settings.  But when I reboot, the settings are lost and I have to do it again.  I'm not sure whether the bios is resetting after reboot, or if windows is resetting after reboot, but the changes don't stick.
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Interesting - I'm having the same problem of losing the new setting after a reboot. On the last version, I couldn't select the partition. They just fixed the partition selection problem, but the new settings don't stick after a reboot. Maybe the fix to select partitions broke the permanence of the changes?
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This problem is confirmed by myself and another as well. I already commented in that thread regarding this issue. I can create UEFI entry but it does not retain the entry after reboot. I've tried versions 2.4, 2.2, and 2.0 with no luck.

Running Acer E5-571 Series laptop with Secure Boot disabled. Windows 10 admin privileges and Fast Restart disabled as well.
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I have quite a few linux distro's sometimes a new install places new entries in the UEFI that try to jump to the top of the boot order, or the UEFI is messed up after "save and exit" command leaving the UEFI setup utility.I go around and around sometimes,disabling entries, lowering the priority of entries until I get it just right.After I get it just right I try and not use "save and exit" in the UEFI firmware.I use "discard changes and reset"This lets the settings you did using EasyUEFI stay put.Not sure if this will help you guys but I thought I would give my two cents worth.Knock on Wood, my settings from EASYUEFI are holding.
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