N/APosted on - 11/08/2013
I tried to reformat my computer but I don't have a Recovery Disk. So I tried to do it through a bootable USB which I created from my Windows 7 USB/DVD Download Tool. However, when I tried to install it through this USB, there is no option for UEFI Device so I was unable to install it again. Can someone please tell me what else do I need to reformat my computer through a USB?
Reformatting my Windows PC through USB
You got the Windows 7 bootable USB disk.
So now you just need 'bootmgfw.efi', from an install of 64-bit Windows 7 – look in C:WindowsBootEFI
Now the instruction, to make USB bootable for UEFI:
In the 'root' access 'efimicrosoftboot' directory, and copy it to 'efiboot'
Copy the 'bootmgfw.efi' file to this directory
Test it on an existing UEFI system, it should atomically load from the USB disk
And you are now ready to make clean installation to your UEFI based device.