Windows 10, new install on new Pc

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       #11

    No, it wasn’t updated...
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  2. Posts : 12
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    Curlykale said:
    No, it wasn’t updated...
    When I was installing my new SSD I was reading that Windows 10 (updated at some point) has good drivers for SSD.
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  3. Posts : 7
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       #13

    Perhaps but my install of Windows still has the spinning circle starting and shutting down...
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  4. Posts : 96
    win 10 pro (20H2)
       #14

    What motherboard bios version is currently installed (look in 'System Info.' from search box, or from bios boot).
    You may need to update the bios/chipset drivers.

    Uninstall 'driver booster' and any other similar software.

    Assume yours is a Gigabyte mobo, uninstall all the guff in App centre, then uninstall the App centre.

    Have a look in Task Mngr > Startup and disable any non Windows items.
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  5. Posts : 7
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    Windows 10, new install on new Pc-2c6082d9-e728-4305-a472-eb5dda77df60.jpeg

    I’ll get rid of Windows apps..
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    Curlykale said:
    I bought the USB stick from a licensed reseller on EBay. Is it a bad copy of Windows.
    ^^ This ... and yes. And probably contains an illegal license key that will fail (de-activate Windows 10) some time in the future.

    Download and create a new boot USB (dump th eBay one, goodness knows what's on it !!)
    https://www.microsoft.com/en-au/soft...load/windows10

    Delete all the partitions off the SSD and re-install Windows 10.
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  7. Posts : 721
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       #17

    What computer did you download Win 10 on?
    Suggest another download onto a DVD and try that,making sure the .iso is non specific.
    On the problem computer,are you able to access Reliability History to find any pertinent entries?
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