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  1. To anyone stumbling across this thread, or to OP if they are still having difficulties. I just solved the issue here myself. When you first boot into the EFI Shell, run this command: map -b This will map the drives connected to the computer, from there you'll want to select your USB device. Which will most likely be fs# (where # is a number). You can access that drive by typing fs#: From there continue with the rest of the steps, and you'll be golden.