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  1. Join Date : Nov 2016
    Posts : 8
    Windows 10
       2 Days Ago #11

    SoFine409 said: View Post
    Is the stick you are using a USB 2 or 3? If it is USB 3 then try using a USB 2. This might be what is causing the problem. See: Solved error - Windows 10 Forums
    Hmm...considering it is the exact same probleem I will try it anyway. Is it possible to just copy the contents of the USB or do I need to use the iso again? Probably the iso, which is on the hard drive that I can't access right now....
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  2. Join Date : Aug 2015
    Posts : 283
    Win10
       2 Days Ago #12

    Mefra said: View Post
    Hmm...considering it is the exact same probleem I will try it anyway. Is it possible to just copy the contents of the USB or do I need to use the iso again? Probably the iso, which is on the hard drive that I can't access right now....
    I think you should be able to copy the ISO. If that doesn't work then create a fresh one on the USB 2 stick. I hope this solves the problem for you.
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  3. Join Date : Jul 2015
    Posts : 6,330
    Windows 10 Pro
       2 Days Ago #13

    Mefra said: View Post
    Hmm...considering it is the exact same probleem I will try it anyway. Is it possible to just copy the contents of the USB or do I need to use the iso again? Probably the iso, which is on the hard drive that I can't access right now....
    Do you have a second computer available to recreate the USB flash drive on? Also, you said the 750GB hard drive is blank? Try install the Windows 10 that you have on it, instead of the SSD, at least it will give you something to work with.
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  4. Join Date : Nov 2016
    Posts : 8
    Windows 10
       2 Days Ago #14

    Fixer said: View Post
    I advised another poster last week who also was having problems reinstalling, simply to use Reset. He reported back that it had been a bit slow but that it had been completely successful. I've used Reset myself a few times on different computers without problems. It gives you a clean Win 10 install but I do recommend imaging the system before you start, just in case.
    Are you kidding me? This solved it...I used the same USB 3 stick on the last fresh install and had no problems last time, except when I put it in the USB 3 port. That's when I found out USB 3 is not supported, but it did work in the USB 2 port....My mind is blown, but anyway, it is installing right now...Thanks for the replies all

    Anyway, did learn some new stuff regarding command prompt, so not a total waste of time.
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