Windows 10: Windows 10 on Asus X751SJ
Windows 10 on Asus X751SJ
1st, sorry for my bad language. Yesterday my friend purchased an ASUS x751SJ laptop, with freeDOS on it. In the box he had a Driver disc, for windows 10 64 bit only.
We started to install windows 10 on the laptop. We configured the boot, and loaded the installer from a 16gb Toshiba USB drive and another copy on a Kingston 8gb.I have 2 different iso. Everything goes fine until the part to install the Updates, because i get everytime an error:
A media driver your computer needs is missing. This could be a DVD, USB or Hard disk driver. If you have a CD, DVD, or USB flash drive with the driver on it, please insert it now.
I searched the cd, but it doesnt have any driver.
I tried a few apps to create the bootable USB drive, Windows 7 USB DVD tool, Rufus etc... I searched all ower the internet, but i dindt find anything that helps me.
PLS if someone have any idea, share with me!
This is what I would do:
Use an 8 gb flash drive or two DVD's.
Make a bootable USB flash drive of Kyhi's recovery disc:
Windows 10 Recovery Tools - Bootable Rescue Disk - Windows 10 Forums
Here's how to make a flash drive bootable:
Create a Bootable USB Flash Drive
Make sure to use the FAT32 file system in step #9 (read the Important box below the step):
9. To format the partition, type format fs=fat32 quick, and then click ENTER
For step 12, you will mount the ISO file for Kyhi's recovery drive and copy all the files and folders from the image in the ISO file to the flash drive. Windows 8 and Windows 10 will mount ISO with no additional software needed. For Windows 7 you can use WinISO:
How do I mount iso image file in Windows 7?
After you have the bootable USB flash drive made, copy a fresh Windows 10 install ISO file to it. You just want to copy the ISO file itself over, you don't want to mount or extract it. Just copy the single ISO file over:
Windows 10 ISO
Boot the computer from the USB flash drive into Kyhi's recovery drive. Use file explorer to mount the ISO file saved on the flash drive. Run setup.exe from the virtual DVD drive that opens when you mount the ISO file.
If you want to use DVD's, then burn a DVD from the ISO file of Kyhi's recovery drive. You can make the second DVD of Windows 10 in two ways - you can burn the DVD from the image contained in the Windows 10 ISO file, just like a standard Windows 10 installation DVD - or you can just copy the single ISO file over.
Boot the computer from Kyhi's recovery DVD. Once it is up and running, you can remove Kyhi's DVD and replace it with the Windows 10 DVD. If you made a standard Windows 10 installation DVD, just run setup.exe from it. If you copied the ISO file over, then just mount the ISO from it and run setup.exe.
Okay, i know that i posted this on wrong section, but...i like this forum very much.
I have in plan to replace my Acer Aspire E5-521 laptop from 2014 with a new one. It's specs:
-CPU: AMD A4-6210 QuadCore 1.8GHz No turbo
I have installed ASUS PC Diagnostics for Windows 10, but it cannot start on my H81M-A.
I have posted a question on http://vip.asus.com/forum/view.aspx?id=20160522222427881&SLanguage=en-us&board_id=1&model=H81M-A
However, the problem remains.
The other day, I tried to do a factory reset on my laptop, but it failed, and I could only click cancel. Now, when I booted up my computer, it goes to the ASUS logo, then a black screen, still backlit, with an underscore flashing in the upper left...
I'm planning to have Asus H97-Pro & Windows 10 (64-bit) in my new system.
While cross checking compatibilty I landed on Windows Compatible Products List
and according to that Asus H97-Pro is only comatible with Windows 7 & 8.
Just installed W10 on this little convertible netbook as an upgrade. All went very well. Requires the 32-bit version as that is all this box can support.
For info, this has 2Gb RAM and 64Gb SSD. Not the fastest box in the world, but it does...