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  1.    26 Aug 2016 #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by flybynite View Post
    open powershell as administrator
    type diskpart press enter
    type list disk press enter
    locate your USB drive from list (you can choose by size)
    type sel disk (then number of drive from list for example sel disk 4 then press enter
    type clean then press enter
    type create part pri then press enter
    type sel part 1 then press enter
    type format fs=fat32 quick then press enter
    type assign then press enter
    type active then press enter
    type exit then press enter
    type exit then press enter

    Now mount your ISO file and copy all the files to your usb drive
    restart, and boot from USB drive.
    I can't do format fs=fat32 quick, I get the error:

    Virtual Disk Service error:
    A concurrent second call is made on an object before the first is completed.

    Any ideas?
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  2.    26 Aug 2016 #12
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    Quote Originally Posted by Freedee15 View Post
    I can't do format fs=fat32 quick, I get the error:

    Virtual Disk Service error:
    A concurrent second call is made on an object before the first is completed.

    Any ideas?
    I can't run it even if i delete the quick.
    Trying a restart of computer.
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  3.    26 Aug 2016 #13
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    Great, it's working now.
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  4.    26 Aug 2016 #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by flybynite View Post
    open powershell as administrator
    type diskpart press enter
    type list disk press enter
    locate your USB drive from list (you can choose by size)
    type sel disk (then number of drive from list for example sel disk 4 then press enter
    type clean then press enter
    type create part pri then press enter
    type sel part 1 then press enter
    type format fs=fat32 quick then press enter
    type assign then press enter
    type active then press enter
    type exit then press enter
    type exit then press enter

    Now mount your ISO file and copy all the files to your usb drive
    restart, and boot from USB drive.
    UEFI boot mode do not use boot sectors on the hard drive and the USB flash drive, and do not require active partition to be set.

    Format your USB flash drive in Windows Explorer. Note: You need to choose the FAT32 file system.

    When formatting is complete.
    - In Windows 10, mount the Windows 10 ISO image file by right-clicking the ISO image file and choosing Mount. If you donít see Mount command from the context menu, go to Open with -> Windows Explorer instead.
    - Select everything in the mounted ISO image file, and copy them into the USB flash drive you prepared earlier.
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  5.    26 Aug 2016 #15
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    Ok, so I've gotten to the install but now it says there is a driver missing.
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  6.    26 Aug 2016 #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by Freedee15 View Post
    Ok, so I've gotten to the install but now it says there is a driver missing.
    Sounds like a bad iso, perhaps redownload? Here is my ISO, it is pro. If you use Home, you will need to download it from MS.
    Code:
    https://mega.nz/#!xdYBGYAI!5h4kYux9ZfPKWINS8ApXsw_8BgA0SDmMslwAK381QRQ
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