Windows 10 Installation Failed


  1. Posts : 2
    Windows 10 Pro
       #1

    Windows 10 Installation Failed


    Good day friends

    I have an ASUS QM1 stick.

    Its Windows 10 is corrupt and now nothing is installed, whenever I boot it ASUS logo shows up then it goes black forever.

    When I boot it and nothing is connected, it goes to the recovery blue screen attached. But when even a mouse is connected, it lags at the ASUS logo.

    Has anyone faced a problem like this? Are there any solutions?

    Windows 10 Installation Failed-win8.recovery01.jpg
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  2. dalchina's Avatar
    Posts : 31,852
    Win 10 Pro (1903)
       #2

    Hi, If you can't click on 'advanced repair options' I have no idea how you can repair that, assuming you have no images, as it's a device with one USB port. Nothing else. Here is how to install Windows on it (this is for Win 8, you may find instructions for '10 somewhere- should be very similar)
    How To Install Windows 8 From A USB Stick

    Here's what would have helped you to recover it to a working state- for future reference- and strongly recommended here:
    Use disk imaging (in this case by plugging this into another PC) to create images of your working device.
    If you had created images (normally termed 'disk images') then you could have restored them to this device.
    At least I think so, never having had one!
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  3. Posts : 2
    Windows 10 Pro
    Thread Starter
       #3

    dalchina said:
    Hi, If you can't click on 'advanced repair options' I have no idea how you can repair that, assuming you have no images, as it's a device with one USB port. Nothing else. Here is how to install Windows on it (this is for Win 8, you may find instructions for '10 somewhere- should be very similar)
    How To Install Windows 8 From A USB Stick

    Here's what would have helped you to recover it to a working state- for future reference- and strongly recommended here:
    Use disk imaging (in this case by plugging this into another PC) to create images of your working device.
    If you had created images (normally termed 'disk images') then you could have restored them to this device.
    At least I think so, never having had one!
    Thanks for your kind answer. I appreciate it.
    The problem is I have no way to click on 'advanced repair options' as you stated.
      My Computer


 

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