It’s a bit frustrating that the X205TA use a 32bit bootloader even when the CPU is 64 bit.
This makes it a bit trickier to boot the X205TA from USB.
If you want to install some Linux distros for example, then continue to read this post.
1: First, “burn” your Linux USB with Rufus for example.
3: Put that file on the Linux USB in this folder: \EFI\BOOT\
4: Start the X205TA, press F2 to get into BIOS.
5: Under the Security tab, Secure Boot menu > Secure Boot Control set to Disabled.
6: Make sure your boot order have USB first.
7: Now, insert the USB and reboot the computer.
Linux should now boot from the USB.
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