Later a colleague told me that I need to start UEFI BOOT in the bios. This item should be enabled by default but my notebook did not start. Today I started UEFI and the installation was successful and I restarted without any problems.
UEFI the full name of \u0026ldquo;Unified Extensible Firmware Interface\u0026rdquo; (Unified Extensible Firmware Interface) is a standard that describes in detail a new type of interface. This interface is used for the operating system to automatically load from the pre-boot operating environment to an operating system thereby simplifying the startup procedure and saving time. UEFI will provide a clear interface specification between the operating system and the software platform fixed in the hardware at boot time. In addition it will also support a device independent of the computer architecture for initializing the plug-in card.
UEFI Boot function which allows you to install the system to the GPT partition:
1. Windows 95/98/ME Windows NT 4 Windows 2000 Windows XP 32 The bit version does not support GPT partitions only GPT protected partitions can be viewed GPT will not be loaded or exposed to application software;
2. Windows XP x64 version can only use GPT disks for data operations only Windows systems based on Itanium processors can boot from GPT partitions;
3. Windows Server 2003 32bit Server Pack 1 and all versions of Windows 2003 can use GPT partition disks for data operations Only Itanium-based Windows systems can boot from GPT partitions;
4. All versions of Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 can use GPT partition disks for data operations; but Only systems based on EFI motherboards support booting from GPT.?ASUS B250M-PLUS and B250M-A which is better? B250M-PLUS vs. B250M-A