I've seen this question: https://ask.fedoraproject.org/en/question/75022/install-fedora-22-x64-in-legacy-mode-without-uefi/ but this doesn't help me.
I can only boot from USB stick when UEFI is enabled in BIOS (otherwise it doesn't appear in the list of bootable devices). I don't want to use UEFI for my permanent installation, but I want to dual-boot (I have MS Windows installed by the shop which sold me this laptop in a non-UEFI mode, and I don't want to destroy this installation).
PS. I can boot from live USB. Is there any way around anaconda and it wanting to unconditionally create EFI boot?
The exact same problem exists in Fedora Workstation 24, 23 and 22. At this time it doesn't make sense to try earlier versions because the updater was completely broken in 21, so even if they could install, updating wouldn't be possible.