Windows Technical Preview Installation Problem

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  1. Jeet Chowdhury's Avatar
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       #21

    Samsung got worst driver and support i have ever seen. I am using Samsung NP-RV509-A0CIN laptop... I am having same problem on windows 10 install. So I thought that maybe I need to upgrade my RAM. So I purchased a 4 GB DDR3 1333MHz RAM. After installing that RAM my laptop. My laptop is not booting windows anymore.... Samsung don't even release update for their BIOS. I just lost my money for buying RAM.
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  2. Posts : 3
    7, 10
       #22

    Here's a solution: detach a wireless network card and continue installation. It will be OK this time.
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  3. Jeet Chowdhury's Avatar
    Posts : 9
    Windows 10
       #23

    How can I detach the wireless adapter?
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  4. Posts : 3
    7, 10
       #24

    Jeet Chowdhury said:
    How can I detach the wireless adapter?
    Google finds it quickly
    Look here for example. Stop at 3:12, here's an adapter, a little square with a white label to the left of the MB, having some wires going to it. Unscrew it and take away from its socket for a while.
    Last edited by Schakal; 02 Aug 2015 at 02:46. Reason: wrong link
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  5. Posts : 3
    7, 10
       #25

    BTW


    Having windows installed, don't install adapter back at once, or it will stick at boot the same way. Install Broadcom drivers before. Then try to boot with adapter having laptop still disassembled. If you're lucky like me, it will boot, then you can assemble everything back. Otherwise you will need another wireless adapter, from any supplier except for the Broadcom, that is causing this issue. Or to wait for Samsung to fix their BIOS. They're aware of this issue and going to find a solution with new BIOS. Till that, of course, you'll need some other way of connectivity, for example wired LAN. Or use your smartphone as a USB tethering WIFI adapter.
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  6. Posts : 1
    Windows 10
       #26

    Schakal said:
    Having windows installed, don't install adapter back at once, or it will stick at boot the same way. Install Broadcom drivers before. Then try to boot with adapter having laptop still disassembled. If you're lucky like me, it will boot, then you can assemble everything back. Otherwise you will need another wireless adapter, from any supplier except for the Broadcom, that is causing this issue. Or to wait for Samsung to fix their BIOS. They're aware of this issue and going to find a solution with new BIOS. Till that, of course, you'll need some other way of connectivity, for example wired LAN. Or use your smartphone as a USB tethering WIFI adapter.
    Spot on!
    Install another wifi card. Broadcom is the issue.
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