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  1. You just wrote down the exact same outdated information as any other website I went to for help. I KNOW HOW TO BURN AN ISO TO USB. I did that 12 times, with different ISO files. I USED A USB 2.0 PORT. Also I do not have any other drives plugged in, like I said I only have one m.2 drive inside my pc. I do not have another one, no external HDD or SSD.
  2. I did that already, twice in fact! I opened the command prompt in troubleshoot. Still got the same error message...
  3. Yes, but I saw something similar to this already. However when I read further, they all used the '2018' version of Windows. There is no 2018 version on the official Microsoft website, they just have a '2020' version now. There is no option to pick anything else: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10ISO It is frustrating because all the guides are old and based on older files. I cannot find anything that actually worked.
  4. I spent 2 days dealing with this, time is not a problem. I just want to get this done. I appreciate your help!
  5. Ok, thank you. I booted back into Pop Os. I am ready.
  6. Will this media creation tool work on Linux Pop os?
  7. Will the media tool work on Pop OS? I do not have access to another computer, so I have boot my pc back into Pop OS to do things. Pop OS takes 2 minutes to setup.
  8. Wait, do I need to do this even if I have no extra storage installed? I only have one m.2 SSD installed in my system.
  9. I do not know what that is, this is what I did. I downloaded the ISO file from the Microsoft website, it asked me to 'pick' a version. There was only one version. Picked 'windows 10', picked language and chose 64bit. Burned it straight on to my USB.
  10. How do I put it on my usb drive? Do I burn it on my USB too?
  11. I downloaded the ISO file from Microsoft several times, on my phone and on my PC. I will try a different USB now and see. Wish me luck
  12. So I recently built a new gaming PC, I was happily using Linux Pop Os but sadly certain games I want to play were inaccessible on Linux. So I want to install windows on my PC, I got my boot drive setup. Download file from official Microsoft website. 64bit ISO file successfully burned on to a usb 3.0 stick. However when I plugged it in my system, everything was fine till I try to install windows. 'A media driver your computer needs is missing...' I looked online for fixes, I tired sticking the usb in a USB 2.0 port (No luck). This is extremely frustrating to deal with, online 'fixes' are pretty outdated or repeating same things. So I come here in hopes to find a fix. Please help.
  13. Thank you for the suggestion, but a few questions. I like the case I choose because of its small a portable size, do you know the exact dimensions of the graphics card? Also I saw there are people saying they need a 2nd gen chip just to update the bios on that board. So I swapped out the B450i for B550i motherboard. Lastly is the power supply reliable? I saw a couple complaints about it on Amazon. Thank you.
  14. I did not want to use a Intel chip, because the mini-itx intel motherboard either supports LGA 1151 or LGA 1200. If I want to upgrade my system to newer CPUs then I need to buy a completely new motherboard. I could solve the problem by getting a 10th gen motherboard but the 10th gen chips are expensive and the i5 10th gen will work but it only has 6 cores. So that is why I am building a AMD based system for the price, also I was thinking of using a 5 3600X instead of the ryzen 7 2600X because it is the same price right now, but is there a big difference between the 6 core and 8 core?
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