I tried that before but still didnt work, but after retrying and naming it WINPE, I could boot from it, but it fails again. It shows a loading bar and after a while this error is displayed:Kellman616 wrote: ↑Wed Sep 20, 2017 3:21 amIt seems that your USB memory stick still not bootable. There's another way to make your USB bootable:frederikt wrote: ↑Tue Sep 19, 2017 1:46 pmI tried following the instructions but my lattepanda refuses to boot into the usb. I have only two boot options in the bios "Windows boot manager" and "UEFI: Built-in EFI shell". I have tried plugging in the usb memory stick in to both the USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 ports. Still nothing.
I made the usb bootable like instructed in the original post, copied over the files, and well nothing. Am I missing something? It seemed simple enough so I dont understand where it goes wrong.
I was thinking of downloading the official image ( http://www.lattepanda.com/docs/#How_to_ ... ows_system ) and just replacing the image files. Maybe that would work?
The board is the Z8350 2g ram 32gb flash version.
1.Open your File Exporer, right click on your USB memory stick
3.Select FAT32 in File system.
Then your USB memory stick is bootable. Try this way!
I tried following this guide:
http://www.lattepanda.com/forum/viewtop ... =10&t=1316
But that failed to enter the 64 bit boot because "Image type X64 is not supported by this IA32 shell". So even though I have a lattepanda with the Z8350 cpu it refuses to boot anything 64 bit related? Now this is annoying! How do I get around this?