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Win10 Fall Creators Linx Vision Recovery Image

Re: Win10 Fall Creators Linx Vision Recovery Image

by mcscruff » March 17th, 2018, 10:25 am

Hi, I have tried this on sd and USB, they detect but when I go to boot I get the linx logo then it reboots
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Re: Win10 Fall Creators Linx Vision Recovery Image

by F0LLETT » March 17th, 2018, 3:08 pm

mcscruff wrote:Hi, I have tried this on sd and USB, they detect but when I go to boot I get the linx logo then it reboots


You must be doing something wrong. Are you sure your setting it up exactly as I state?
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Re: Win10 Fall Creators Linx Vision Recovery Image

by mcscruff » March 17th, 2018, 4:25 pm

I think so, used Rufus, tried mbr and gpt, tried USB and sd.

It detects and I try to boot I get the linx logo then it reboots.
Tired with your iso and a normal win 10 iso
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Re: Win10 Fall Creators Linx Vision Recovery Image

by mcscruff » March 17th, 2018, 5:56 pm

Update:

By running the efi/boot/Microsoft promt I can get it to say press a key... Then it freezes on linx logo and reboots
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Re: Win10 Fall Creators Linx Vision Recovery Image

by F0LLETT » March 17th, 2018, 10:56 pm

mcscruff wrote:Update:

By running the efi/boot/Microsoft promt I can get it to say press a key... Then it freezes on linx logo and reboots


You using USB or MicroSD?
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Re: Win10 Fall Creators Linx Vision Recovery Image

by mcscruff » March 18th, 2018, 12:03 pm

Have tried with both

Update:
I can boot into a Linux live USB, just not windows

Update:
Installing!
In the settings it was set to boot android
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Re: Win10 Fall Creators Linx Vision Recovery Image

by ph123uk » March 31st, 2018, 1:37 pm

Same problem here, cant boot from USB or microSD - gets to linx EFI image and reboots - BIOS is defaulting to "android boot" no matter what I change sadly.

If someone could tell me how to flash a new BIOS that would be ace (bearing in mind I cant get into windows)
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Re: Win10 Fall Creators Linx Vision Recovery Image

by F0LLETT » April 2nd, 2018, 1:47 pm

ph123uk wrote:Same problem here, cant boot from USB or microSD - gets to linx EFI image and reboots - BIOS is defaulting to "android boot" no matter what I change sadly.

If someone could tell me how to flash a new BIOS that would be ace (bearing in mind I cant get into windows)


mcscruff wrote:Have tried with both

Update:
I can boot into a Linux live USB, just not windows

Update:
Installing!
In the settings it was set to boot android



Can you both try an older one of my ISO's. See if they work. As The image I uploaded is the image I used to install my vision.
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Re: Win10 Fall Creators Linx Vision Recovery Image

by ph123uk » April 2nd, 2018, 5:20 pm

Doesn't work, no recovery images (windows based) work - my problem is the BIOS is defaulting to "Legacy Android" no matter how many times I change it back.
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Re: Win10 Fall Creators Linx Vision Recovery Image

by F0LLETT » April 14th, 2018, 9:55 am

ph123uk wrote:Doesn't work, no recovery images (windows based) work - my problem is the BIOS is defaulting to "Legacy Android" no matter how many times I change it back.


This is interesting, so no recovery images work. So that should include the official recovery image.
So you have some issue in UEFI. Maybe you could try a load otptimal defaults.
It sounnds like issue I had after changing something I should not have in BIOS. It stopped me from saving options and when booted into windows it ran very slow.
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