As more machines around with UEFI you can't install Windows from your corporate or retail versions and must use the factory OS.
Now keep reading. I am finding that not only must I change what you noted but also enable CSM or Corporate Stable Model (or mode) but please, I can't duplicate all there is being discussed about this area. It's a PITA that the industry went down this road so those that install an OS from scratch are going to burst into flames over this.
Hope this helps.
Excuse my English, I'm not very good with the language, and hopefully understand the problem.
Hello everyone! I have a laptop VAIO SVL-14A15FLB that came with Windows 7 Home Premium 64x. The Recovery partition has been deleted, and the computer had a problem, so I wanted to reinstall Windows 7 Home Premium. I had to change the BIOS UEFI to Legacy to open the installation DVD. Upon entering the window where the disks partitioned, formated the disc, but showed a message saying it could not install Windows because the disk was GPT, so I used disk part to switch to the previous version so I could install Windows. After installing Windows, I wanted to install the drivers for the model of my computer, but when trying to install the drivers, showed me a message saying that this update is not intended for use with your computer model. I checked the BIOS and the Serial number and model name or my computer appeared "Reserved". So I can not install the drivers. Can anyone help? Thank you very much.