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Tgunz019

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  1. ended up buying a USB ISO because I couldn't get anything to work.
  2. No, I used bootcamp earlier and the ISO would not load on the system. I found this alternative way to create the ISO on youtube
  3. Pic 1 - Terminal Code used to create USB ISO Pic 2 - Windows 10 installer "A media driver your computer needs is missing. THis could be a DVD, USB, or Hard Disk driver. If you have a CD, DVD, or USB flash drive with the driver on it, please insert it now. Note: If the installation media for Windows is in the DVD drive or on a USB drive, you can safely remove it for this step."
  4. Here is the system screen showing the CPU and Storage information - will post windows after the ISO burn is complete.
  5. I see the storage and I am re-burning the ISO now.
  6. I plug the windows 10 USB ISO in and boot up, smash F11, and can select the USB drive. Then Windows 10 installer loads - I select the language and hit next but after than point the installer says there aren't any drivers and I can't continue the installation. I'll get a picture and post here when I can break away from the WFH desk in a few.
  7. Hey all... While on COVID-19 lockdown I decided to build my first gaming PC. I have been a traditional Xbox gamer but wanted to move away from the Xbox explore the PC Gaming world. Running into a problem with loading Windows 10... DRIVERS. 1. I create the USB ISO on my MacBook and can get the USB ISO to boot 2. Won't instal because there are no drivers I'm wondering if I need to flash my Tomahawk B450 MAX to get this PC working. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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