Has anyone successfully created a BartPE USB boot disk that has UEFI?
My machine is a Surface Pro and it requires that the USB support UEFI in order to boot from USB. When I use True Image 2013 to build the boot media by itself, that works and I am able to burn the image to a USB disk and I can successfully boot from it, no issues.
But when I use BartPE to create the boot disk, it does not work at all. My Surface Pro doesn't even see that it is there; so there are no errors, which leads me to believe that the ISO image produced does not have UEFI support. Indeed, with the little knowledge I have on the matter, when I look at the file structure, I do not see an "EFI" folder or something like I see on the True Image-generated ISO image.
Are there are additional tools/steps/tricks that I need to do to enable UEFI support on the BartPE boot disk?
Note that the disk is fine and boot another PC which does not require UEFI like my Surface Pro so, again, this tells me the image is fine, but just lacking UEFI support.
The main reason I need BartPE is because when I boot, I need to have both True Image and BestCrypt Volume Encryption available.
Any help you can provide will be very much appreciated.