1. Joined : Apr 2015
    Posts : 169
    Windows 10
       16 Jun 2015 #1

    Install Build 10130 on new SSD


    I like to replace my HDD with an SSD. So I downloaded the ISO file (for Build 10130, 32 bit) on a USB stick, double-clicked the file, and put all the resulting files back on the USB stick so that setup.exe is now in the root directory of the USB stick. After replacing the HDD with the SSD, the BIOS would execute setup.exe and install W10, would it not?
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  2.    16 Jun 2015 #2

    FrozenCursor said: View Post
    I like to replace my HDD with an SSD. So I downloaded the ISO file (for Build 10130, 32 bit) on a USB stick, double-clicked the file, and put all the resulting files back on the USB stick so that setup.exe is now in the root directory of the USB stick. After replacing the HDD with the SSD, the BIOS would execute setup.exe and install W10, would it not?
    You'd have to manually choose to boot from the flash drive via 'Boot Menu' by way of an F-Key or Esc key specific to your machine.
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  3. Joined : Jan 2014
    Carencro, LA 70520
    Posts : 7,628
    Windows 10
       16 Jun 2015 #3

    Nope you will need to boot of of the USB stick first.
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  4.    16 Jun 2015 #4

    FrozenCursor said: View Post
    I like to replace my HDD with an SSD. So I downloaded the ISO file (for Build 10130, 32 bit) on a USB stick, double-clicked the file, and put all the resulting files back on the USB stick so that setup.exe is now in the root directory of the USB stick. After replacing the HDD with the SSD, the BIOS would execute setup.exe and install W10, would it not?
    Just curious:
    You had the iso on the flash drive, you mounted it then copied the files back onto the same flash drive correct?
    Just wondered what happened to the iso file when you did that.
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  5. Joined : Oct 2014
    Mid-Hudson Valley, NYS
    Posts : 255
    Windows 10 & Windows 10 Insider Program, Linux Mint 18
       16 Jun 2015 #5

    FrozenCursor said: View Post
    I like to replace my HDD with an SSD. So I downloaded the ISO file (for Build 10130, 32 bit) on a USB stick, double-clicked the file, and put all the resulting files back on the USB stick so that setup.exe is now in the root directory of the USB stick. After replacing the HDD with the SSD, the BIOS would execute setup.exe and install W10, would it not?
    The forum has tutorials and you should consult this one:
    USB Flash Drive - Create to Install Windows 10

    Rich
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