That is very likely, compare with:
I think that the problem is that it is trying to create an EFI boot system on the USB drive (E:) but as it is not a GPT disk it is failing.
it seems like MS has - as often happens - it's own ideas on EFI, and semingly the GPT disk is a requirement, check near the end of the page, post by Les52:
I did browse thru my WAIK User Guide. It does have information about UEFI systems.
AIUI, Microsoft implementation requires that EFI partitions are on GPT disks, although Wiki says "Whether a disk contains an EFI System Partition is unrelated to the partition table scheme (GUID or MBR) that it uses". http://en.wikipedia....ystem_partition
From what I've read:
- You must have GPT disk
- There must be at least three partitions on the GPT disk
- EFI partition (FAT or FAT32)
- Microsoft Reserved (MSR) partition (no File System)
- Windows Partition (NTFS)
- You must capture
- EFI partition
- Windows partition
- You configure BCD store using BCDEdit command.