Windows 10 - 2 problems on fresh system


  1. Posts : 243
    Windows 10 Pro
       #1

    Windows 10 - 2 problems on fresh system


    Hi.

    My pc: 8700K stock
    2x8GB DDR4 GSKILL 3000mhz ( XMP
    Corsair 750i
    Asus Z370 Pro Gaming.

    I have 2 disks. SSD Crucial 525 GB MX 300 and Toshiba 500GB.I have an question about system Windows 10.

    I installed from Pendrive USB Windows 10 from here: Download Windows 10

    On a fresh formatted ssd i install Windows 10.*When i installed Windows 10 there was a problem with...

    1.When i go to windows settings, no matter what i click on system settings it wont opened. SO click and nothing.

    2.Problem with web browsers ( Firefox and Chrome ). When i go to some site, and try to download something ( right click save ), browser just hang,and not respond. I had to click X on the browser.

    This happens in BOTH Firefox and Chrome, which is why I think it's an issue on Windows' part?

    That was this 2 problems after i installed Windows 10 from Pendrive. I dont know how but after 2-3 restart now its all fine and working fine. I just ask why that happened? It maybe was related to my rams? But i tested memtests and no errors. Thanks for suggestions. I also checked DISK status, and GOOD HEALTHS.
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  2. Posts : 1,103
    Windows 10 Pro (+ Windows 10 Home VMs for testing)
       #2

    Cross-posted on ~10 other forums.

    Not a BSOD and high potential for confusion regarding different questions/different answers from participating forums.
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  3. Posts : 5,185
    64bit Win 10 Pro ver 21H2
       #3

    During a clean install Windows goes through a whole series of operations to find all the motherboard components and system devices and provide drivers, some of these will be generic drivers. As soon as you are connected to the internet Windows searches for updated drivers. Sometimes it can take several restarts before all the devices are sorted. It is possible that during these updates you had a problem with one of the drivers that was being updated and it may have caused the message you saw. The good news is that W10 seems to have sorted it out and all is OK.

    I encourage you to make use of the Reliability History in Windows to see what is happening to your system on a day to day basis.
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  4. Posts : 243
    Windows 10 Pro
    Thread Starter
       #4

    Hi. I tried for fun to reproduce issue and i made again format and install fresh Win10. But this time all was fine. No problems. But this time i dont had any automatically updates for W10 when on first time yes. Weird.
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