Windows 10: New hardware AHCI driver is rejected by Windows 10 Installation

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  1.    17 Jun 2018 #11

    Thank you, and I realized that something was missed. As for not working, this is also true of Linux drivers, especially the ones that depend on the kernel.
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       17 Jun 2018 #12

    I'll take one more shot at this
    You did use MCT to create your install media?
    You need to boot this install media UEFI
    That will take a F Key such as F8, Esc, You need to find out if you don't know as that will bring up a Boot menu, where you will select boot UEFI USB, NOT just the USB but the one that is listed as UEFI USB
    If your BIOS is not set to IRST fine your install drive should show up as a volume to install windows too.
    If your BIOS is set to IRST then you will need to install the RST driver to see your Install drive
    I would assume that by now you have used MCT to create a new Install USB to eliminate any errors that may be on the current install USB.

    The only other thing I can think of is that Gigabyte has some special proprietary device driver that you need to use to install, I don't remember this kind of issue coming up before. UEFI and GPT and installing windows can be tricky if you haven't done this before but not so much once you understand it.
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  3.    17 Jun 2018 #13

    Thanks again, I understood your message and will get back to you in a bit. I am trying now to get the ethernet working in Linux.
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