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About saskan

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  1. I did with the GTP as well. But the issue still persists. Now I got a Samsung 860 EVO and replaced my 1TB regular HDD with it.
  2. The actual crash occurred after installation of os during the "getting ready" stage
  3. I did as suggested but still no help PS: the installation is working fine in HDD in both MBR as well as gpt
  4. https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-hardware/manufacture/desktop/boot-to-uefi-mode-or-legacy-bios-mode https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-hardware/manufacture/desktop/windows-setup-installing-using-the-mbr-or-gpt-partition-style
  5. The OS was initially installed on the SSD. It crashed a few days back with a "Critical_Process_Died" BSOD and hence the issue of installation. I went through some forums now that say that the Win10 can only start from GPT drives in UEFI mode. is that true? because I think the windows media creation tool creates a NTFS drive or MBR drive.
  6. Yes I tried both the windows media creation tool and the Dell OS Recovery tool. Both causes same error
  7. Hi Ryan, I have already ran the crystal disk on the drive and everything seems fine there. I even downloaded the Intel SSD toolbox and ran a complete diagnostics on the drive and it passed. I am also able to boot ubuntu from the SSD. Its only windows 10 that is causing the issue. If my issue is correct its the UEFI that could be causing the issue.
  8. Hi everyone, I have a Dell Inspiron 15 5570, that has a 1TB Seagate HDD and a 128GB Intel SSD. Every time I install windows on to the SSD, the OS crashed immediately after installation. The error message is "Your computer did not start properly as a file named winload.efi is missing or corrupt" No matter what recovery option I choose the issue recurs. Also the same OS from same installation media can be installed in my HDD without any issues. I went through some forums and found that this BSOD is generally caused by write errors. So is it possible that the SSD has worn out causing a write error or could it be an issue with the motherboard? PS: The ssd functions as a storage (non-boot) device without issues. Any help is appreciated. Thanks is advance.
  9. Thanks for the interest KendoSapion. what is MOBO? sorry for the ignorance. I have the latest BIOS. OS is Windows 10 home Dell inspiron 15 5570 that comes with a dual drive. Initially the OS was installed on the SSD. But I am not able to reinstall the OS on SSD now. The installaion is succesful. The system crashed at "Getting Ready " stage of windows startup
  10. Hi everyone, I am unable to boot from my M.2 SATA SSD. The drive is recognized both in BIOS and Windows Installation. After installation when the system reboots it enter a restart loop with bluescreen error "Critical_Process_Failed". I am able to install the same OS on my HDD without issue. Can someone help me please?