Windows 10: Media creation tool overlook Sony vaio

  1.    25 Feb 2016 #1

    Media creation tool overlook Sony vaio


    Hi
    I have Sony vaio sve1513. I would like to reinstall Windows 10.
    I've created a usb with media creation tool but when I boot from usb have a bootloop.
    Someone could help me please?
    Thanks and sorry for my English
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  2.    25 Feb 2016 #2

    absolut33 said: View Post
    Hi
    I have Sony vaio sve1513. I would like to reinstall Windows 10.
    I've created a usb with media creation tool but when I boot from usb have a bootloop.
    Someone could help me please?
    Thanks and sorry for my English
    It is either

    1) you are not booting from the usb stick. If so switch off laptop and press the assist button, then you can choose to boot frrom a usb stick.

    or


    2) you are booting from usb stick, but it keeps going back to start. If so, just remove usb stick when it start to boot the first time.
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  3.    25 Feb 2016 #3

    cereberus said: View Post
    It is either

    1) you are not booting from the usb stick. If so switch off laptop and press the assist button, then you can choose to boot frrom a usb stick.

    or


    2) you are booting from usb stick, but it keeps going back to start. If so, just remove usb stick when it start to boot the first time.
    Sorry I don't understand your second case. If I remove usb stick how could I reinstall operative system?
    I'm trying with linux uefi and have the same problem
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  4.    25 Feb 2016 #4

    absolut33 said: View Post
    Sorry I don't understand your second case. If I remove usb stick how could I reinstall operative system?
    I'm trying with linux uefi and have the same problem
    In some cases. when you use a usb stick to install, the PC reboots the usb stick and starts again, instead of carrying on from where it got to after the reboot.

    All the files needed are copied by the first reboot, so removing it stops PC rebooting usb stick from beginning, and the the installation carries on from where it should have. It is quite a common problem actually,
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       25 Feb 2016 #5

    USB should not be set as the first boot device for this very reason. You should use the one time key (F12 on Dell's for instance) to get to the boot menu where you can choose the USB device.
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