Windows 10: Installation help... Iím lost

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  1.    2 Weeks Ago #11

    johnebadbak said: View Post
    my dvd disk would not boot as well in rom drive.
    So idownloaded a small piece of software called RUFUS portable version is the best.
    plug in a usb stick and run rufus to create a bootable usb drive (stick) at least 8gig capacity.
    change the bootable option to ISO IMAGE click on the icon and direct the path to the dvd(win10) disk in your rom drive
    Once done enter the BIOS and select(boot order) uefi usb drive to be the first bootable drive.
    I found this method excellent to use no problem at all do custom install on win10
    Make sure you back up the files you want to save before you do the above.
    Easier to use media creation tool.
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  2.    2 Weeks Ago #12

    johnebadbak said: View Post
    my dvd disk would not boot as well in rom drive.
    So idownloaded a small piece of software called RUFUS portable version is the best.
    plug in a usb stick and run rufus to create a bootable usb drive (stick) at least 8gig capacity.
    change the bootable option to ISO IMAGE click on the icon and direct the path to the dvd(win10) disk in your rom drive
    Once done enter the BIOS and select(boot order) uefi usb drive to be the first bootable drive.
    I found this method excellent to use no problem at all do custom install on win10
    Make sure you back up the files you want to save before you do the above.

    cereberus said: View Post
    Easier to use media creation tool.
    100% agree @cereberus! Also more reliable, if the user already has the ISO file, to use diskpart and then copy the mounted ISO file to the USB flash drive. It is completely unnecessary and overly complicated to use RUFUS.
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  3.    2 Weeks Ago #13

    Learn to configure the BIOS, gentlemen.
    Learn to configure the BIOS, gentlemen.
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  4.    2 Weeks Ago #14

    dimakor83 said: View Post
    Learn to configure the BIOS, gentlemen.
    Learn to configure the BIOS, gentlemen.
    Not helpful and a bit insulting as I have now successfully installed, so I absolutely do know how to configure BIOS.
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  5.    2 Weeks Ago #15

    johnebadbak said: View Post
    my dvd disk would not boot as well in rom drive.
    So idownloaded a small piece of software called RUFUS portable version is the best.
    plug in a usb stick and run rufus to create a bootable usb drive (stick) at least 8gig capacity.
    change the bootable option to ISO IMAGE click on the icon and direct the path to the dvd(win10) disk in your rom drive
    Once done enter the BIOS and select(boot order) uefi usb drive to be the first bootable drive.
    I found this method excellent to use no problem at all do custom install on win10
    Make sure you back up the files you want to save before you do the above.
    I don't own a second PC but I own a backup Mac so I ended up downloading the ISO from Microsoft's website and using Bootcamp to turn the USB into a bootable Windows 10. Process froze halfway (sounds like a common problem online) and refused to go further, but seeing as it got far enough to format the flashdrive as FAT32 I was then able to simply drag over the contents of the ISO onto the USB. Ended up being faster than if I had let bootcamp run.
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