@ Micky 11- so I just select NTFS while doing as you say. I have done this many times with the older BIOS but because I do not have PC with UEFI at this moment I did not know if it was different.
I guess if you try without formatting you will be reminded to do so.
It is as I thought so thank you.
@ As I told Mickey my new PC is not here yet so I cannot post the motherboard. I am an average user and Micro center is building it for me.
Legacy or CSM I believe can be used to boot the old way but isn't it better to return to secure boot after booting for security reasons?
I use the stick Macrium created and believe the PC boots off of it without working in the UEFI once order is set.
I realize from YouTube there are many types of Mother Boards so many different UEFI's but I was asking about the content in Mickey's post. Your added information is appreciated and I am going to study you referrals.
Is it true you can 1- disable secure boot then set boot order to boot off of a disc or stick, or 2- you can enable csm or legacy and do it the older BIOS way after setting boot order?
Is it necessary to do both secure boot and legacy or just one of them? Thanks for the tutorial.
Edited by PDN, 19 August 2017 - 10:19 AM.