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  1.    22 Feb 2016 #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by philc43 View Post
    It depends if you laptop is setup so that it can boot from USB drives, you may have to make some changes in the BIOS to turn off Secure Boot. If your laptop has a DVD drive that will be the easiest way and you burn your ISO to a DVD. Due to the space on a DVD you will only be able to put one version so do not try to create one with both 32 and 64bit options.
    The 32+64 bit version will fit on a dvd. It is still only one iso.
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  2.    22 Feb 2016 #12
    Join Date : Feb 2016
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    Sorry again but do I install windows 10 with UEFI or without?
    I'm not entirely sure on my laptop's compatibility (info in original post) the tutorial mentions. All I know about the matter is that I saw that boot mode in BIOS was set to UEFI.
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  3.    22 Feb 2016 #13
    Join Date : Nov 2015
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    64bit Win 10 Pro ver 1709 Build 16299.125

    I think if your laptop is already set up with UEFI Bios then that will be the route you use.
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  4.    23 Feb 2016 #14
    Join Date : Feb 2016
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    Thread Starter

    To everyone who replied on here, thank you so much!

    Update: with the new SSD installed with a clean installation of Windows 10, I'm very happy to report that my computer is very fast (3 seconds to get to log in screen) and my problems are over!
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