Should I Be Concerned and Extra Cautious

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  1. simrick's Avatar
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       #151

    baumgrenze said:
    I used the Media Creation Tool and it said it installed the [W10] to the USB drive [F\]

    The BIOS at F12 boot offers 4 USB options
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    bios gigabyte f12 boot■ - ╚═╦ Google■
    Choose USB HDD. If that doesn't work, try USB FDD?
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  2. essenbe's Avatar
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       #152

    If choosing USB-HDD won't work, see your post Should I Be Concerned and Extra Cautious - Page 12 - Windows 10 Forums and try that, just don't worry about changing the bios settings. They have worked well for you so far. Just try the last 2 steps.
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  3. essenbe's Avatar
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       #153

    You have your Wife's Laptop right? You can post while it is installing and ask any questions that come up. One I know you will be asked is do you want to download updates. The Microsoft servers are so busy today from people trying to do the same thing you are doing, so select no. It is a gamble, but let's try it that way.
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  4. baumgrenze's Avatar
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       #154

    essenbe said:
    If choosing USB-HDD won't work, see your post Should I Be Concerned and Extra Cautious - Page 12 - Windows 10 Forums and try that, just don't worry about changing the bios settings. They have worked well for you so far. Just try the last 2 steps.
    Did you mean #111 or #112

    I'm unclear on which "2 steps."
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  5. baumgrenze's Avatar
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       #155

    essenbe said:
    You have your Wife's Laptop right? You can post while it is installing and ask any questions that come up. One I know you will be asked is do you want to download updates. The Microsoft servers are so busy today from people trying to do the same thing you are doing, so select no. It is a gamble, but let's try it that way.
    Yes it is up and running tenforums.com, this thread.
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  6. simrick's Avatar
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       #156

    baumgrenze said:
    Did you mean #111 or #112

    I'm unclear on which "2 steps."
    Your post #113 has the instructions to boot from USB.

    7. Choose HDD+ on the Boot Screen, donĺt choose other USB options.

    8. Now choose your USB Device on the next screen and press ENTER.
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  7. baumgrenze's Avatar
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       #157

    simrick said:
    Your post #113 has the instructions to boot from USB.
    Thanks for the clarification.

    Remember I have not changed my boot order in the BIOS

    Doesn't this just take me to the HDD that boots Win 7?
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  8. simrick's Avatar
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       #158

    baumgrenze said:
    Thanks for the clarification.

    Remember I have not changed my boot order in the BIOS
    Correct. Select the + Hard Disk, choose your USB device in the next screen and press enter.
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  9. simrick's Avatar
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       #159

    baumgrenze said:
    Thanks for the clarification.

    Remember I have not changed my boot order in the BIOS

    Doesn't this just take me to the HDD that boots Win 7?
    Turn on the computer and start tapping F12 - tap tap tap tap tap until the boot selection menu comes up.
    Select +Hard Drive
    In the next screen select your USB device, then enter.
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  10. baumgrenze's Avatar
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       #160

    TA DA! It looks like it works. Back to my machine.

    Oh ye of little faith!
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