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Under the System Configuration tab, expand the Boot Options Menu. You need to set Secure Boot to Disabled and Legacy Devices to Enabled. When done, press f10 and select to save the changes. Refer this article to know more information about UEFI and the Startup Menu. To check if your PC is running with UEFI or legacy try the steps recommended below. We use Snap Deploy 5, works fine on PC's that can boot into Legacy Boot, now the new PCs are removing this option and only boot UEFI, secure boot is only option. We need to create images and deploy using OFFLINE USB drives, Current version tested is 2028. Dell boots and internal HD is not a choice as source drive. Please help. Thank you. The EFI boot loader will look for a special /boot partition to find the files needed to boot. (That's where it is on Linux. I'm not sure where it is on Windows and it may be hidden.). There is a reason it is still a boot option in our machines. Legacy is run by Read Only Memory (ROM’s) which is limited to 64 KB of storage. ... UEFI supports faster boot time than.