Hướng dẫn boot usb asus transfomer book t100
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I have a Asus Transformer Book T101HA and I am trying to boot a bootable USB stick to dual boot a 2nd operating system (it is currently running Windows 10 as it was out of the box).
When I press ESC on start up to load the boot menu, I only get the following regardless of whether a bootable USB is plugged in or not.
I have also looked in the BIOS to look at the boot order but the options look very limited compared to others ive seen in the past. There is only on boot option and it can only be set to 'Windows Boot Manager' or 'Disabled' (there is no option for USB). There doesn't appear to be any ability to add new boot options.
Can anybody help me out with a way forward to booting from a USB?
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asked Jan 2, 2017 at 22:29
Asus T100 is Intel Bay Trail device and most of those, despite having a 64bit CPU, have IA32 (32bit) EFI firmware. Also feature called Secure Boot is enabled in EFI setup by default and that might block some operating systems from showing up in boot menu. In order to make firmware recognize flash-drive as bootable it needs to be formatted as FAT32 and have signed 32bit operating system loader in EFI/bootia32.efi.
You do not mention which 2nd operating system you are trying to boot so I can only assume it's a Linux distribution. It probably does not show up in menu because:
This page might give you some hints on getting Linux running on your device (if Linux is case): http://www.jfwhome.com/2014/03/07/perfect-ubuntu-or-other-linux-on-the-asus-transformer-book-t100/
answered Jan 2, 2017 at 23:04
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I've installed Linux (Debian) in a T102H, your problem is related to UEFI in this kind of devices.
Before this I:
This is simple to solve just "unzipping" the iso into the pendrive:
And you need to flag the partition as bootable:
I've followed those steps and worked like a charm, check out the original answer.
Also I've wrote an article in my blog about the install and configuration process of an Asus T101HA
answered Jan 22, 2018 at 17:40
In my case (2 in 1 Asus 101TA with Windows 10),
And with all this, my laptop was rebooted from the USB drive, offering Try or Install Ubuntu as one of the options, and recognizing keboard, touch screen, mouse, etc.
answered Nov 2, 2022 at 9:57
I had this issue on asus t100taf, well i'v fixed, Creating a boot usb throw rufus, only its necesary select the option that appears like GPT partition booting EUFI.
After finish the usb memory preparation, the laptop recognice the usb. So i formated the lap.
I hope that my experince its helpful for you.
answered Mar 2, 2018 at 4:40
For Linux, use Rufus to create a boot disk, and then copy the files you want from the Linux ISO to the boot disk.
For Windows, download the Microsoft Media Creation Tool and let it install onto an 8GB flash drive (you need 8GB, 4GB won't work anymore).
Once done, boot the tablet up tapping the escape key. Your thumb drive will show up in the boot menu without screwing around with secureboot settings. Note that Rufus will also create a secureboot compatible flashdrive if you need it.