Dzień dobry, good day.|
I bought a LapBook for someone recently. Have been tinkered with it for a while and realized that there are different revisions of hardware. Mine is as follows:
Specific UEFI version tells me that I will not be able to achieve access to booting Linux option in firmware setup, since I haven't got proper firmware update for my revision for my hardware. There is a UEFI update for LapBook 14.1, but for different device revision, since the UEFI version symbol is different than mine - so I think it won't be able to flash it, and even if I'd be, I'd rather brick my device as some users stated they did.
I though that I will be able to run at least Defender Offline, which is Microsoft's bootable AV solution, but no luck - after the first try, following error appeared:
What I want to ask (demand) for is to make user able to boot Linux (and other systems) from USB on every 14.1's revision. I stated it as a demand, because right now I can't even boot AV software besides system, which is considered as a security impairment. I have no idea if there's any workaround for this, but I'd love to see possibility of booting custom OS on a computer (not a tablet).
I sent my doubts via contact form on Chuwi website, would like to recommend others to ask it for, because right now we even can't boot proper antivirus software. :-(