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About Nasty

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  • Gender
  • Location
    Cap Golova, Chernarus
  • Interests
    Networking, Gaming, Building PCs and much more!


  • CPU
    I5-7600k @ 5.1GHz
  • Motherboard
    Asus Maximus IX Hero
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengeance LED(2x8GB)
  • GPU
    G1 GTX 970
  • Case
    Cooler Master HAF 912
  • Storage
    256GB 850 EVO & 2 WD BLUE 1TB in Raid0
  • PSU
    EVGA SuperNOVA 750 B2
  • Display(s)
    HP w2207 22"
  • Cooling
    Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO
  • Keyboard
    Razer Blackwidow X
  • Mouse
    Razer Taipan
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Home

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  1. I beleive so, Only difference between LGA and FCLGA is the manufacturing process, so it should work, but it would depend on your motherboard.
  2. Are you using windows 10? If so type Storage in the search bar, and you can select there. And also when you are installing stuff like programs from the internet, you can choose yourself.
  3. Nasty

    OS issues

    Well shit man, I feel bad for ya. Anyways I have no clue as to why this is happening, I've been researching this whole time to on how to fix this issue. I mean if you have nothing to lose, then try this.-=- Open DISKPART and do a CLEAN and then I CONVERTED the volume to MBR from GPT. Next mount the SSD back in to your PC. (Optional)Reset your BIOS to factory defaults. I ran the installation on the 125GB partition. When installing fresh on large volume SSDs apparently windows doesn't work sometimes.-=-
  4. Nasty

    OS issues

    Ya, but who is going to take the time to do that... like I said, can you tell me what you are trying to install Windows 10 on please, such as 250GB SSD, whatever.
  5. Nasty

    OS issues

    Forgot to quote again, Sorry.
  6. Nasty

    OS issues

    Also, mind giving me the specs of what you are trying to install the Windows on?
  7. Nasty

    OS issues

    Wow, you have done everything haven't you. I guess what I would suggest next, is to reinstall the Windows Media Creation tool, assuming something may have gone wrong there. I'm honestly not too sure on how I would fix it myself. So you said the disk that you are trying to install Windows 10 on is completely reset, correct? If so I'm not too sure. Are you using another PC to do this formatting/transferring files.. etc?
  8. Nasty

    OS issues

    Ok, do what the other guy said next.. Have you tried to format you're target disk yet? I am 99% sure that isn't the issue but I guess its worth a try.
  9. Nasty

    OS issues

    Ok, are you using any antivirus software that may prohibit the files to be all transferred for some reason?
  10. Nasty

    OS issues

    Forgot to quote, Sorry.
  11. Nasty

    OS issues

    Ok.. do you have any DVD's? You could use a DVD to burn Windows to and try that, it may just be the USB.
  12. It was fine, sometimes it just does that due to a power surge, or whatever, It's really nothing to worry about; That and your RAM may have been "knocked loose" I've seen that happen just once though lol.
  13. Nasty

    OS issues

    The ISO you have, is most likely corrupted or missing some type of files, I would recommend the above to get a fresh ISO or USB media for the install and let me know if it works after that.
  14. Nasty

    OS issues

    OK, not sure what the error is; But what I would recommend doing, if you're not already is to follow some instructions unless you know what you're doing. When you put Windows 10 on the USB, use the media creation tool to make sure you get it on the USB correctly(https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10). Now plug it in and let it do that, and once it's done plug it into your PC you're trying to install Windows 10, and then when its starting up mash the BIOS button(del) or whatever it is for you to get into that and select the boot device as the USB. Once you select that go to Install Windows, after that select which drive you want to install it on, and then install, it should reboot afterwards and then you should be able to go into BIOS again, and boot from the HDD. It should work from there out, if not quote me and I can help you personally with Skype, TS, or whatever you'd like.