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You do not understand.
To UEFI-boot, you must make a .imgPTN file from the ISO (or other UEFI payload).
Then you switch to the .imgPTN file using E2B (or use \_ISO\SWITCH_E2B.exe).
This changes the USB drive so that it only contains the partition image of the .imgPTN file.
Then you can UEFI-boot from it.
Did you even watch the video???

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Just spotted a small error in Beta1
The folder \_ISO\BACKUP\grub2\MNU should not be there! It won't do any harm but may confuse you!

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Is the vhd in first 137gb from start of disk?

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I get same error in qemu but ok under vbox+vmub and real system
If you boot on different system then win10 wont be activated and so you re-activate using win7/8 key from that system. 

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Should be no spaces in file name, otherwise it should work. 

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Seems to work. This morning the latest definitions were 13394. I just tried it again this afternoon and it updated to 13395 and the update stuck when i rebooted.

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It all seems to work except the 'Reactions'  counters for  funny, interesting and cool are all 0 for all posts. So I had to go back to http.

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New Imdisk version for Win 10 
http://www.ltr-data.se/opencode.html/#ImDisk

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To protect a FAT32 partition, you can try the True_Hide_Unhide.mnu (in \_ISO\docs\Sample mnu files\E2B Menus folder (copy to \_ISO\MAINMENU). You may need to unhide it before you run some ISOs, etc. though.
You should always use the USB 'Safely remove Hardware and Eject Media' systray icon before removing any USB drive.

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@John Doe If it sometimes boots then it is not a problem with the actual boot chain. 7B means it cannot access the boot device. Presumably you are using a USB 2.0 port (as Win7 does not have USB 3 drivers)? Maybe unreliable USB cable or drive caddy?
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