The NUC8I7BEH2 is only a few months old and was therefore installed with cleaninstall. So far all updates have been done without any problems.
After selecting "Fix Problem" a window appears with "Check PC" then "Windows 10 cannot be run on this PC".
The reason given is "Windows cannot be installed because this PC has an unsupported disk layout for UEFI firmware".
What can I do to install 2004?
Or, during the install (presumably you have booted from Windows installation media that is UEFI enabled), you can delete *all* paritions on the drive and then tell Windows to install to the unallocated space. This forces the creation of a new UEFI partition table and also lets the installer make smart decisions on partition sizes.
Well, thanks for the help.
mbr2gpt does not work. Get the message: "Disk layout validation failed for disk 0"
Will it also work if the M.2 is deleted and a backup is loaded using Macrium Reflect?
Hi @HEsse ,
No. That would get you whatever partition table type was present when the backup was taken. Since you were booting Legacy previously, this was MBR.