Hello! I recently upgraded my storage drive from a Samsung SSD to Mushkin Pilot nVME drive, the install went smoothly with no damage to the system. I plan on making this the only drive for the system as my storage needs are quite small. I have always kept this USB thumb drive around just in-case I needed to repair my copy of windows, however it also comes in handy when installing a fresh copy. Upon device boot I got no video signal. I then proceed to unseat and re-seat the graphics card, that seemed to do the trick till I got to the windows installer when I encountered error (0x8007025D), after doing some quick google searching I found some trouble shooting steps. Including removing all USB devices and possibly a bad stick of RAM. After doing all those steps, except for obvious reasons removing the USB thumb stick and keyboard, the problem still persists. At my current point of troubleshooting I have 1 16Gb RAM stick out of the system as well as all NON-ESSENTIAL USB devices unplugged.
Has anybody else encountered this problem? My next step I'm going to try is creating a New Windows ISO on a NEW thumb drive as I already have on my current one multiple times. Its a bit late where I am though and am going to head to bed. If anybody got any suggestions I'm all ears, especially if I don't have to spend on money on a new external USB stick.
Thanks and Goodnight,
Trevor (aka. Prankish)