I have an Udoo Advanced Plus with a 512GB Transcend M.2 MTS600 SSD. Using a USB memory stick I successfully installed Ubuntu Studio 16.04 64bit on the 32GB eMMC successfully and this works perfectly. I have also installed the new BIOS 1.02 today successfully via Ubuntu. Ubuntu sees the 512GB SSD and this seems fine. I have downloaded a fresh copy of Windows 10 64bit iso image from the Microsoft web site, and used Etcher on a Mac to put this onto a USB stick. When I power up the Udoo and press escape, I get into the BIOS start up and can see the USB stick. It is the same one that I originally installed Ubuntu from, before erasing it and putting on Windows so I know the Udoo can install an OS from it. When I click to start from this USB stick to install Windows, the Udoo sits for a short while then promptly loads Ubuntu as if it was not there. In Ubuntu I can see the USB stick and looking at it in file manager all seems correct with the startup files etc. I thought not being able to load Windows may have been due to an issue with this USB stick, so have put the image via Etcher onto another USB stick (tried both USB 2.0 and 3.0) and also a Sandisk micro SD card. In all cases when I power on the Udoo and press escape I can see the drives, select them to start the boot/installation process, but every time Windows won't load, and Ubuntu comes up. I have checked the Windows 10 image on another PC and that is fine. I have both the Udoo original and the Neo and am really happy with both, and very happy with the X86 using Ubuntu, but being unable to install Windows is really stumping me. Would really appreciate knowing if anyone else has had this problem and any suggestions for a solution. Thank you.