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I booted from my USB flash drive to install Windows 10 with Fall Creators Update. When booting, I had to change the boot mode to legacy in order to see my USB flash drive in the bootable devices list.
While installing Windows, I deleted all partitions on my drive, and let Windows create what it needs, which currently are a 500 MB "System Reserved" partition and another 476 GB primary partition. I noted that in a past clean install, Windows created 3 partitions, the name of the other which I cannot remember.
Now, I am unable to boot into Windows unless I enable legacy mode, otherwise in UEFI mode it shows 'No boot device found'. This applies to both my Asus X751L running American Megatrends BIOS and my Acer Aspire S5 running InsydeH2O BIOS.
How can I boot in UEFI mode?