I wanted to install Windows 10 on my 2010 Sony Vaio VPCEB11FM laptop. Sony's support for this product is terrible and I could not find anything I am looking for.
The problem is, it won't boot to the USB. I use Rufus, MBR, NTFS. I went to the BIOS (Aptio Setup Utility), there was no CSM, UEFI, Secure Boot option. Nothing, just Boot from External Devices (which is ON) and the Boot order. I changed it to USB, CD, HDD. When I reboot, I see the VAIO screen, it goes blank. It shows something like a command prompt, only I can't do anything. There was just this blinking underline on the top right screen. No text at all.
Is this an error on the formatting? Do I try a new flash drive? A new ISO for Windows 10? This laptop has been reformatted 2 times. This was supposed to be a Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit but the idiotic repairmen changed it to 32-bit. Now I can't even install new OSes.
By the way, pressing the ASSIST button doesn't do anything. It just boots like normal. Any fixes?