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  1. Did your Yoga come with Windows 10 32-bit or Windows 10 64-bit? To UEFI-boot, the USB drive needs to have a FAT32 partition with a \EFI\BOOT folder on it containing one or more .EFI boot files. For systems with a UEFI 64-bit BIOS - you need \EFI\BOOT\BOOTX64.efi For systems with a 32-bit UEFI BIOS - you need \EFI\BOOT\BOOTIA32.EFI If your system came with 64-bit Windows installed then it needs to boot from the BOOTX64.EFI file. If your system came with 32-bit Windows, it probably has a 32-bit UEFI BIOS and so needs to boot from BOOTIA32.EFI. Many ISOs are 64-bit UEFI only...
  2. P.S. You can add the Eset ISO to an Easy2Boot multiboot USB drive. You can also have persistent updates with it too. You can also UEFI-boot to eset (without persistent updates) too.
  3. I have Win 10 x64 1709. I also got an error (USB failed to complete install) when using a pre-formatted NTFS 64GB USB Flash drive as the target. I then formatted the USB drive as FAT32 using RMPrepUSB. Then I ran eset_sysrescue_live_creator_enu.exe as Administrator and it completed OK.
  4. In case anyone is interested, you can boot directly from the SysRescue ISO from a bootable USB drive with persistent updates, by adding it to an Easy2Boot multiboot USB drive (free). See my blog post here.
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