Long story short, I need a dualboot win7/FC21 laptop. Fedora 21 would replace the existing Ubuntu install (so I am pretty sure this is already a non uefi box). BIOS does not mention UEFI anywhere I can see.
All the sticks I have been able to create this far (using unetbootin and liveusb-creator, currently trying multibootusb; ISO is Fedora-Live-MATE_Compiz-x86_64-21-5.iso) have given me a uefi-booting image - after which, upon install-to-disk, anaconda insists on wanting a UEFI partition.
I could try making a DVD but I am wondering if the ISO itself may be the cause. The Fedora site goes on and on about BIOS UEFI-related switches, but as I said this machine has none.
EDIT: re-creating the stick with dd also results in a UEFI live. So it looks like the ISOs (tried regular desktop spin this time) are at fault. What now?