Windows 10: Can't boot x64 Win10 setup from USB or DVD

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  1.    04 Dec 2015 #11

    Are you running on the most current bios version available for your computers?
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       04 Dec 2015 #12

    Bozislaw said: View Post
    Hello friends,
    I have exactly same problem with "DoItJust". I have succesfully upgraded from 32bit win7pro and activated. My custom computer is also old, from 2005. After upgraded, my computer got too slow. And decided to clean install but this time 64 bit, and English language and via Media Creation Tool, I created bootable USB (didn't work) then bootable DVD (still didn't work). By the way I checked that my processor is 64 bit compatible but I doubt about UEFI, probably my MB NOT compatible with UEFI.
    After booting from created media (I have tried both), blue windows appears on black background but NO rounding dots;
    the leds (on the USB's/DVD recorder's) were blimping, after 7-8 seconds everything stops, all leds going black, NO error messages, nothing. Everything stops forever and nothing works (even ctrl+alt+delete). I have tried several times. Then I have read an article and delete windows.old, windows.bt and windows.ws folders from my C dir, nothing changed, still same. I'm desparately looking for help. The only related message is yours dear "DoItJust". and I hope you already have solved this problem and help me. Thanks in advance and sorry for my english.
    Sorry, I didn't solve it. No way to install 64 bit Win10, and 32 bit misbehaved really bad (whea_uncorrectable error).
    I'm running 64 bit Win7 and have blocket MS attempts to upgrade to Win10.
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  3.    04 Dec 2015 #13

    DoItJust said: View Post
    Sorry, I didn't solve it. No way to install 64 bit Win10, and 32 bit misbehaved really bad (whea_uncorrectable error).
    I'm running 64 bit Win7 and have blocket MS attempts to upgrade to Win10.
    Sorry to hear that I was hopeful that you already solved it. I will keep searching and if I found a solution I will let you know too.
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  4.    04 Dec 2015 #14

    NavyLCDR said: View Post
    Are you running on the most current bios version available for your computers?
    Yes friend, but the latest bios version dated 2006

    But I can select the device boot from, there is no problem. The problem is after start of reading setup.exe or bootmgr. Nearly 1-2 min of reading from boot medya (I have tried both USB and DVD) everything goes unresponsive.
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