Topic: Easy2Boot

Date 13/06/2020

By Steve Si

Subject Re: Re: Re: iso windows 7 x64 bits pro efi

\windows\system32\boot\winload.efi missing or corrupt implies that the boot.wim of the win7 ISO does not contain EFI boot files.
Either you are using the 32-bit version which does not support UEFI or you are not using an official Microsoft Win7 64-bit ISO.
To use a .imgPTN file, see the MPI Tool Kit page.
P.S. Note that Win7 UEFI 64bit is not supported by Virtual Box - you must test using a real system. I tried an official Win7 MS ISO using agFM and UEFI64 and it boots OK.
Also note that Windows 7 ISOs do not contain modern USB drivers and so will only work on older USB 2 systems.
A standard MS Win7 ISO boots OK from agFM via UEFI64 on my old systems.

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