Windows 10: Very Major Problem With Error 0x8007025D While Reinstalling Windows 10

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  1.    04 Mar 2018 #11

    So last week I did install 32 bit Windows 10. Worked out fine. After that I tried to install 64 bit again, and the error popped up. As of now I am gonna be running 32 bit. I will run Memtest86 and post what comes up or what happens then.
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       04 Mar 2018 #12

    AzurezEpic said: View Post
    So last week I did install 32 bit Windows 10. Worked out fine... As of now I am gonna be running 32 bit...
    Glad you found something that works.

    Remember, if you ever get to the bottom of why 64 bit fails, you can't upgrade from 32 to 64 bits - it has to be a clean install I'm afraid.
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