If the machine that the Bare Metal Recovery is being run on can have it's BIOS reconfigured to use (U)EFI instead of legacy BIOS, this warning will not occur. Please first check if the BIOS of the machine you are attempting to restore to can be changed.
If you cannot change the BIOS mode settings, the following steps must be performed.
To resolve the compatibility issues, it is necessary to format the System
partition correctly as outlined in the following steps.
1. Boot the Recovery Media.
2. Go to Tools
and start command prompt
3. Run the following commands one by one:
At this step, find the disk you are going to use as a restore destination. In this example, we'll use disk 0.
select disk 0
NOTE: The 'clean' command erases the selected disk completely.
create partition primary size=100
select part 1
format fs=ntfs label=”System reserved” quick
The 'exit' command will take you out of the diskpart utility.
Close the command prompt.
4. Start the restore. While allocating the volumes do not delete the system reserved partition.
5. Do not reboot once restore is completed.
6. Go back to Tools > Command Prompt
7. Run the following commands one by one.
find the volume with restored operating system. In this example it’s going to be volume C
exit from disk part utility
8. Once you exit the diskpart context, run the following command in the command prompt (in the example below, S:
would be the volume letter assigned during step 3 above):
bcdboot C:\Windows /s S: /f ALL
NOTE: The /f switch is only available under a recovery media that was created from Windows 8/Server 2012 and above.
9. Reboot and start the restored OS.