Uefi/Efi error even in new ver.

hello EasyBCD staff,

i surfed the web trying to find
a way to mount iso on boot
and i saw you'r program(EasyBCD)
and tought i give it a go
I downloaded it and installed it(Ver 2.3)

and it sohwed me an error window of EFi not supported
even before the program went to the main window

I searched the web for a work around
and then i saw a page that showed me that
it supportes Efi, so i thought i had a older ver
so i went to you'r main site and also there
it sais "Windows 10 And UEFI Ready"
so i downloaded the latest ver 2.3,
and still it shows me "Efi Not supported" window
right at the program start!

I have atteched a picture showing
the error and the EasyBCD Ver.

My Specs:
Win7 Ultimate
ASUS MotherBoard

I have no idea why it happens,
please Help.

Yaniv R.



Knows where his towel is.
Staff member
On a UEFI PC, a lot of EasyBCD function is not available.
EasyBCD is "UEFI ready" in that is does what is allowed under UEFI. It can't do what is only allowed on a BIOS/MBR PC.
There is a simpler (free) Neosmart stand-alone utiltity for building bootable USB drives.
Thanks for the Replay,
but i don't need to make a bootable usb,
I'm looking for a way to mount ISO Files on PC Boot Menu!

if it's not Uefi ready why aren't you upgrading you'r product
becuase soon every computer will have a uefi system.

and if you don't wan't to upgrade at least make a workaround!

Looking for a positive Response, Not like mine :wink:
Yaniv R.


Knows where his towel is.
Staff member
I repeat.
It does everything that's possible to the BCD on a UEFI system.
The restriction is in MS's implementation of the efi version of bootmgr, not a shortcoming of EasyBCD.
no need to shout....
I will look for some other program,
if your's isn't compatible.
but I regret that such a known
and famous program doesn't support
such a known and famous method.

Yaniv R.


Mostly Harmless
Staff member
You seem to be deluding under the impression that the fault is with this "known and famous program" instead of accepting that this is a limitation purposely imposed by Microsoft. There's really nothing more we can tell you... Good luck finding a solution elsewhere.