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  1. Posts : 1,788
    Windows 10 Pro

    dalchina said:
    How to Upload and Post Screenshots and Files at Ten Forums

    Looking for a Minitool PW screenshot with all data like:
    Attachment 390897

    Here's 1 of yours:
    Attachment 390898
    I had a similar problem. In the installer I used repair tools and then diskpart and clean on the target install drive. Worked.
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  2. Posts : 6,393
    Windows 11 Pro - Windows 7 HP - Lubuntu

    Why are you using Ventoy? Are other iso files on the USB drive?
    As Dalchina already asked, why do you want to do a clean install? A clean install will delete everything on the drive. It should be the last option after you unsuccessfully try to repair.
    If you're having issues you can try first a Repair Install. It will reinstall Windows but will keep your programs and data

    I suggest you build the USB Win 10 22h2 installation drive using MCT

    Windows can be installed in two ways: Legacy-MBR or UEFI-GPT
    Your current installation is UEFI- GPT and you should install the same way

    To install as Legacy-MBR you must boot the installation drive as Legacy
    To install as UEFI-GPT you must boot the installation drive as UEFI.

    If you have a UEFI BIOS, you should install as UEFI-GPT
    Detach any other drives (SATA or Power cable) from the MB.

    During POST, press F12(?) to launch the boot menu. You will see two options for the USB drive. USB UEFI (Name) and USB (Name). Select USB UEFI (Name) if you want to install as UEFI-GPT or select USB (name) if you want to install as Legacy-MBR.
    Go to install and delete ALL partitions on the main drive till you have one and only one unallocated space and then proceed.
    If you don't want to use MS account, don't enable updates or connect to the internet during installation.
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