The EFI-Extensible Firmware Interface system partition is a partition on a data storage device (usually a hard disk driver or a solid state drive) that is used by computers adhering to the UEFI-Unified Extensible Firmware Interface. Since most of the tools we provide are EFI, this guide will help you to create a bootable USB drive with UEFI Shell.
First of all, insert your USB drive and select it from all the drives connected to your computer.
Now umount your USB drive and select Settings.
The Volume Name field allows you to enter a name for the drive. This label will appear when the drive is connected to devices. You need to select For use with all systems and device (FAT), while it is not necessary to set Erase:ON.
What is the difference between Quick Format and not? Unlike Quick Format, Full Format runs an additional step that checks the hard drive for any bad sectors; that is why the full format takes so much longer than the quick one.
When a new window appears, select Format. You will be prompted to confirm that you want to delete everything on the drive.
Insert your USB drive and select it from all the drives connected to your computer. Right-click on your USB drive and select Format. A new window will appear.
The Volume label field allows you to enter a name for the drive. This label will appear when the drive is connected to devices.
Click Start to begin the formatting process. You will be prompted to confirm that you want to delete everything on the drive. For most drives, the formatting should only take few moments. Performing a full formatting will take longer.
In our BIOS update package you can find the EFI folder where the EFI Shell bootloader is placed: