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Allot of (new) low end laptops and tablets ship with a 64-bit CPU, but 32-bit UEFI firmware implementation. It should be fairly possible to use a 32-bit UEFI grub build to boot a 64-bit kernel and distribution on these systems.

So far this setup has (sadly) not been supported in elementary OS (yet), which leads to many live-USB ISO boot problems/issues/questions/reports like this...

There are quite a few "older" 32-bit UEFI with 64-bit CPU systems out there to, so this should allow elementary OS to run on even more hardware. Some well known examples are: The Asus Transformer T100TA, HP Stream 7, Dell Venue 8 Pro 5830, the first Apple Intel Macs and many others.

I do know for sure that this solves at least mythe above problem on stack exchange, as when aI try to boot from ANY live-USB, it ONLY works with Fedora 28 (64-bit) and the 64-bit Microsoft MSDN ISO's (they've added 32-bit UEFI support nicely).

For now, it looks like I have to wait for proper 32-bit UEFI support/implementation in (I hope) Juno.

Allot of (new) low end laptops and tablets ship with a 64-bit CPU, but 32-bit UEFI firmware implementation. It should be fairly possible to use a 32-bit UEFI grub build to boot a 64-bit kernel and distribution on these systems.

So far this setup has (sadly) not been supported in elementary OS (yet), which leads to many live-USB ISO boot problems/issues/questions/reports like this...

There are quite a few "older" 32-bit UEFI with 64-bit CPU systems out there to, so this should allow elementary OS to run on even more hardware. Some well known examples are: The Asus Transformer T100TA, HP Stream 7, Dell Venue 8 Pro 5830, the first Apple Intel Macs and many others.

I do know for sure that this solves at least my problem on stack exchange, as when a try to boot from ANY live-USB, it ONLY works with Fedora 28 and the 64-bit Microsoft MSDN ISO's (they've added 32-bit UEFI support nicely).

For now, it looks like I have to wait for proper 32-bit UEFI support/implementation in (I hope) Juno.

Allot of (new) low end laptops and tablets ship with a 64-bit CPU, but 32-bit UEFI firmware implementation. It should be fairly possible to use a 32-bit UEFI grub build to boot a 64-bit kernel and distribution on these systems.

So far this setup has (sadly) not been supported in elementary OS (yet), which leads to many live-USB ISO boot problems/issues/questions/reports like this...

There are quite a few "older" 32-bit UEFI with 64-bit CPU systems out there to, so this should allow elementary OS to run on even more hardware. Some well known examples are: The Asus Transformer T100TA, HP Stream 7, Dell Venue 8 Pro 5830, the first Apple Intel Macs and many others.

I do know for sure that this solves the above problem, as when I try to boot from ANY live-USB, it ONLY works with Fedora 28 (64-bit) and the 64-bit Microsoft MSDN ISO's (they've added 32-bit UEFI support nicely).

For now, it looks like I have to wait for proper 32-bit UEFI support/implementation in (I hope) Juno.

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Allot of (new) low end laptops and tablets ship with a 64-bit CPU, but 32-bit UEFI firmware implementation. It should be fairly possible to use a 32-bit UEFI grub build to boot a 64-bit kernel and distribution on these systems.

So far this setup has (sadly) not been supported in elementary OS (yet), which leads to many live-usbUSB ISO boot problems/situationsissues/questions/reports like this...

There are quite a few "older" 32-bit UEFI with 64-bit CPU systems out there to, so this should allow elementary OS to run on even more hardware. Some well known examples are: The Asus Transformer T100TA, HP Stream 7, Dell Venue 8 Pro 5830, the first Apple Intel Macs and many others.

I do know for sure that this solves at least my problem on stack exchange, as when a try to boot from anyANY live USB-USB, it ONLY works with Fedora 28 and the 64-bit Microsoft MSDN ISO's (they've added 32-bit UEFI support nicely).  

For now, it looks like I have to wait for proper 32-bit UEFI support/implementation in (I hope) Juno.

Allot of (new) low end laptops and tablets ship with a 64-bit CPU, but 32-bit UEFI firmware implementation. It should be fairly possible to use a 32-bit UEFI grub build to boot a 64-bit kernel and distribution on these systems.

So far this setup has (sadly) not been supported in elementary OS (yet), which leads to many live-usb ISO boot problems/situations/questions like this...

There are quite a few "older" 32-bit UEFI with 64-bit CPU systems out there to, so this should allow elementary OS to run on even more hardware. Some well known examples are: The Asus Transformer T100TA, HP Stream 7, Dell Venue 8 Pro 5830, the first Apple Intel Macs and many others.

I do know for sure that this solves at least my problem, as when a try to boot from any live USB, it ONLY works with Fedora 28 (they've added 32-bit UEFI support nicely).  

For now, it looks like I have to wait for proper 32-bit UEFI support/implementation in (I hope) Juno.

Allot of (new) low end laptops and tablets ship with a 64-bit CPU, but 32-bit UEFI firmware implementation. It should be fairly possible to use a 32-bit UEFI grub build to boot a 64-bit kernel and distribution on these systems.

So far this setup has (sadly) not been supported in elementary OS (yet), which leads to many live-USB ISO boot problems/issues/questions/reports like this...

There are quite a few "older" 32-bit UEFI with 64-bit CPU systems out there to, so this should allow elementary OS to run on even more hardware. Some well known examples are: The Asus Transformer T100TA, HP Stream 7, Dell Venue 8 Pro 5830, the first Apple Intel Macs and many others.

I do know for sure that this solves at least my problem on stack exchange, as when a try to boot from ANY live-USB, it ONLY works with Fedora 28 and the 64-bit Microsoft MSDN ISO's (they've added 32-bit UEFI support nicely).

For now, it looks like I have to wait for proper 32-bit UEFI support/implementation in (I hope) Juno.

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Allot of (new) low end laptops and tablets ship with a 64-bit CPU, but 32-bit UEFI firmware implementation. It should be fairly possible to use a 32-bit UEFI grub build to boot a 64-bit kernel and distribution on these systems.

So far this setup has (sadly) not been supported in elementary OS (yet), which leads to many live-usb ISO boot problems/situations/questions like this...

There are quite a few "older" 32-bit UEFI with 64-bit CPU systems out there to, so this willshould allow elementary OS to run on even more hardware. Some well known examples are: The Asus Transformer T100TA, HP Stream 7, Dell Venue 8 Pro 5830, the first Apple Intel Macs and many others.

I do know for sure that this solves at least my problem, as when a try to boot from any live USB, it ONLY works with Fedora 28 (they've added 32-bit UEFI support nicely). 

For now, it looks like I have to wait for proper 32-bit UEFI support/implementation in (I hope) Juno.

Allot of (new) low end laptops and tablets ship with a 64-bit CPU, but 32-bit UEFI firmware implementation. It should be fairly possible to use a 32-bit UEFI grub build to boot a 64-bit kernel and distribution on these systems.

So far this setup has (sadly) not been supported in elementary OS, which leads to many live-usb ISO boot problems/situations/questions...

There are quite a few "older" 32-bit UEFI with 64-bit CPU systems out there to, so this will allow elementary OS to run on even more hardware. Some well known examples are: The Asus Transformer T100TA, HP Stream 7, Dell Venue 8 Pro 5830, the first Apple Intel Macs and many others.

I do know for sure that this solves at least my problem, as when a try to boot from any live USB, it ONLY works with Fedora 28 (they've added 32-bit UEFI support nicely). For now, it looks like I have to wait for proper 32-bit UEFI support/implementation in (I hope) Juno.

Allot of (new) low end laptops and tablets ship with a 64-bit CPU, but 32-bit UEFI firmware implementation. It should be fairly possible to use a 32-bit UEFI grub build to boot a 64-bit kernel and distribution on these systems.

So far this setup has (sadly) not been supported in elementary OS (yet), which leads to many live-usb ISO boot problems/situations/questions like this...

There are quite a few "older" 32-bit UEFI with 64-bit CPU systems out there to, so this should allow elementary OS to run on even more hardware. Some well known examples are: The Asus Transformer T100TA, HP Stream 7, Dell Venue 8 Pro 5830, the first Apple Intel Macs and many others.

I do know for sure that this solves at least my problem, as when a try to boot from any live USB, it ONLY works with Fedora 28 (they've added 32-bit UEFI support nicely). 

For now, it looks like I have to wait for proper 32-bit UEFI support/implementation in (I hope) Juno.

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