Question There is no legacy boot option in the Dell Latitude 5400 Bios

Dec 28, 2019
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If the Bios have ONLY UEFI (there is no Legacy option), you can boot from USB if is formatted FAT32 and not NTFS (or you can make UEFI bootable DVD/CD). Many of new PC's/laptop's have only the newer UEFI BIOS (the Legacy Bios is an older option).

  1. Download Rufus (freeware, please use the at least the current latest version 3.8)
  2. Make a bootable USB flash drive, formatted in FAT32 (!)
  3. Put in the PC's, Laptop's USB port.
  4. Power on the PC/Laptop and push the ESC (can be F8, F10, etc.. depending on the PC) until you get into the boot selection section.
  5. Boot from the USB.
  6. Enjoy installing Windows!
 
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