Windows 10: 10056 hangs after initial OOBE

  1.    18 Apr 2015 #1

    10056 hangs after initial OOBE

    I downloaded Win10 Enterprise TP from Wzor (10056), did a diskpart /clean on my laptop's SSD , installed, and after I completed the initial OOBE stuff and it did the "installing your apps" screen where it changes colour, i just had a black screen with a mouse pointer for ages. Same happened when I tried to install Win7 Ultimate. And I left it there for about a half hour before quitting on it. OOBE definitely shouldn't take that long on a freshly cleaned SSD.

    This was on a brand new Dell Inspiron 15 7000 with an i7-5500u, 8gb ram, radeon r7m270 graphics, and samsung 850 evo ssd
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  2.    18 Apr 2015 #2

    Given that it happened on Windows 7 as well, it would seem that it's something specific to your system...
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  3.    18 Apr 2015 #3

    Yeah I think its a driver issue. The system is brand new just released from Dell end of Jan so the drivers in the windows dvd's just don't suffice, not even the basic ones. I will try with slipstreaming the drivers via Winntsetup.
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