Install win8.1 through UEFI boot and win8.1 through UEFI boot
I bought an SSD some time ago, and I re-installed win8.1 In the SSD. Then I had another dual system and started to read a lot of other people's tutorials online, I feel that some tutorials are complicated. Here I will summarize my experience.
Basic configuration of my notebook: HP2318TX, preinstalled with win8 Chinese version.
Preparation: First, check whether your computer's BIOS support does not support the UEFI mode. Generally, most computers with an annual output of nearly one or two are supported. Prepare a USB flash drive (8 GB boot disk should be enough), and the old Mao Tao USB boot disk preparation tool (UEFI version, other tools ). A genuine system image (preferably 64-bit, I installed win8.1 Professional Edition X64 ).
Note: The author's computer has two installation modes available, one is legacy, which needs to disable the security mode, and the other is UEFI mode, (I have already installed it in the legacy mode, but in which mode there is a problem, so I have to go over the UEFI mode)
Specific steps: first, we use the old Mao Tao tool to create a boot disk, and then decompress all the files in the system image into the system disk. (BIOS will automatically identify the UEFI startup Item)
Then, enter the BIOS to set the boot item, hp is f10, and the USB flash disk is set as the first boot item.
Then, enter the PE system and format the hard disk into the GPT format (the UEFI boot should be in the GPT format). The default format may be the MBR format, or the Diskgenius tool can be used for conversion; (Several pictures of others are stolen.) This is a conversion process. You can also partition the data directly and then prompt whether to create the ESP and MSR partitions. These two partitions are also necessary.
After partitioning, we can directly restart the system to install the system. (Stolen image)
We have already divided the area above. Here we can just select it.
Here we need to select a custom installation method:
Now the system is installed almost, and some custom settings are left, and you can use them after restarting.
The author also installed an unbuntu14.04 version. The unbuntu version also supports UEFI startup. Just like this step, you can install dual systems ~~