Community Forum Software by IP. Something that might affect this is, I did try to boot UEFI before but it froze every time I tried to get into the windows installer, but this time it did not freeze. Which of course I have already done. Instead of reinstalling Windows 10 again let the computer boot using the flash drive then select the Repair your computer option, it will give you several options and one of them should be continuing to boot Windows 10 select that an the installation will continue. Using the site is easy and fun. Originally Posted by rimmerchant.
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Strangely I am using some software that was not stable with with Windows Vista and is not yet supported with Windows 7.
The HDDs had windows 7 but I cleaned them already. I’ll confirm that this fixed it after it is completely installed.
You can also try giving this thread a look:. Now I am faced with another slightly different problem after it is done del, the files onto my SSD it needs to restart to finish the installation.
Which of course I have already done. If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. You can use a program like nLite to help you. I saw this post from several years ago. Again, this does NOT install anything. Also, maybe try removing all but one HDD during the install process, then add your storage drive after install. Register a free account to unlock additional features at BleepingComputer.
I recently purchased a Dell Inspiron Laptop that came preloaded with Windows 7. Once clicked it restarts the PC and starts all over again. Community Forum Software by IP. Point it to C: All times are GMT Remember me This is not recommended for shared computers.
Installation of Windows 10 problems (Dell Optiplex 790) Partially fixed now
deell See the BC clean install guide. You can also try giving this thread a look: The time now is I have the same device in the Device Manager: I think that is the problem but I could be wrong.
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Basically what you told me to do is re-re-install windows. But every time I try it doesn’t work, it just says “No bootable devices”. I noticed an increased boot time on my X38 board since there is an extra window in which all the SATA del get recognized, but no difference on my X board that doesn’t have a ahxi AHCI bootup window.
Every time I tried to re-install windows I’ve done a “clean install”, using Diskpart commands. I have no idea what the Flash Cahce does of it really do anything under Winxp.
You have three options at this point: