Windows cannot install required files

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  1. idgat's Avatar
    Posts : 464
    Windows 10 Pro 1909 18363.752
       #11

    ArgonianGuy said:
    As for the iso I used Microsoft's official creation tool, should I be using something else? It's running on uefi
    If you create an installation USB using Microsoft tool, it doesn't have an ISO ?

    How did you create the tool ?

    Should be ...
    https://www.microsoft.com/en-au/soft...load/windows10
    Download Tool
    (save the .exe file)
    (run the .exe file)
    Getting a few things ready ....
    (zzzzz)
    Accept the t&c
    Getting a few things ready ...
    (more zzzzzz)
    select Create installation media (USB etc etc) > Next
    select your language/edition/architecture (untick the box to select other options) > Next
    Choose USB Flash Drive (not ISO)
    select the target flash drive > Next
    Progress ....%
    then boot from that USB

    or

    If you already have the ISO, try using Rufus (freeware) to create the bootable USB
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  2. Posts : 6
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #12

    idgat said:
    If you create an installation USB using Microsoft tool, it doesn't have an ISO ?

    How did you create the tool ?

    Should be ...
    https://www.microsoft.com/en-au/soft...load/windows10
    Download Tool
    (save the .exe file)
    (run the .exe file)
    Getting a few things ready ....
    (zzzzz)
    Accept the t&c
    Getting a few things ready ...
    (more zzzzzz)
    select Create installation media (USB etc etc) > Next
    select your language/edition/architecture (untick the box to select other options) > Next
    Choose USB Flash Drive (not ISO)
    select the target flash drive > Next
    Progress ....%
    then boot from that USB

    or

    If you already have the ISO, try using Rufus (freeware) to create the bootable USB
    Both these methods I have already tried, from what I've seen my RAM is probably the issue, I'm going to try and get a replacement and hopefully I'll be set after that
      My Computer


 

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