Tablet WON'T start from any USB drive to the UEFI format unless it has the installer of Windows 8!

Hello! I've done many tutorials online, which none have worked. Here's my question:

I am trying to install Windows 7 on my shelf (I have on an another USB drivers). However, I plug it into the dock the Tablet and turn it on and go into the BIOS, and that's where. But when I try to boot from it, the screen flashes and it goes back to the boot in the BIOS. With the help of Rufus, I tried all combinations (TPG for UEFI, MBR computers for UEFI computers, etc.) and none of them work! To test if the USB was defective, I loaded an iso image 8.1 install 64-bit Windows on the drive, and to my surprise, it started from the drive and started the Setup program! I can't start the Windows 7 installation. I tested the stick in my laptop UEFI and it starts very well! What I am doing wrong? Will this work? probably not, but I am bit agitated-e-f (see below)

1 start from a Windows 8.1 Installation USB key, but by replacing all other files on the disk with the Windows 7 installation version so it force install Windows 7 instead of 8

System Specs:

Intel Atom Z3735F @ 1.33 GHZ (Turbo boost up to 1.83 GHz)

2 GB RAM DDR3

EEMC Samsung 32 GB Flash storage module

BIOS: Version 2.16.1242 Aptio Setup utility

Interesting thing is that in the BIOS, it is said that to enable secure boot (did not you or off), CSM must be disabled. I guess it is, but I can't find where to turn them back on. Site Web de American Megatrend will not let you submit a support ticket, unless you are in a company :|

Thank you!

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Hello

I can certainly understand your concern. As it is a problem with the BIOS of the computer, and the preceding troubleshooting steps provided by the Support engineer do not work, I suggest you contact the manufacturer.

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