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  1. Just wiped a working laptop to clean install Win11 on it . Created own ISO from uupdump , also tested other working WIN11 and WIN10 ISOs on the laptop. The installer proceeds till 95-99% (Getting Windows files ready) and then gives the error as make sure all the required files are available for installation ERROR code 0x800701b1. Now can't even go back to windows 10. l have tried all the usb ports , no help. If anyone has any idea please help , thank you EDIT - Sorry , forgot to mention specs Acer Aspire VX15 i7 7700hq 8gb Ram ddr4
  2. Is there any possibility of some other error ? Anything which I should be checking? While I am at it , whats the best solution for backing up a big HDD? Another HDD or Cloud storage ?
  3. But dont drives usually give symtoms of slow downs in performance before they actually give up ? My SSD was performing perfect and i didnt even expect it to stop while i was playing a game off the HDD.
  4. I have a laptop , Acer Aspire VX 15 , has 250 gig nvme ssd that came preinstalled , and a 1TB hdd which i later on installed. I was playing MSFS2020 when suddenly my laptop powered off. On pressing the power button , it says no bootable device found. I tried changing UEFI to Legacy (because i read it somewhere online) but no help , gives 'press enter after inserting bootable device' error. Then i booted into a windows 10 installation USB and launched CMD , and on listing available disks in DISKPART , it only shows the USB and the HDD , not my SSD. I have not installed anyt
  5. Might sound silly , but check whether the GPU power cable is properly connected to your GPU and PSU. Sometimes the smallest of things can be overlooked.
  6. Ever since I have reinstalled windows and added my HDD back , its been creating some problems , especially with many windows programs , like can't change the default app save location to HDD (D:) instead of C drive (trying to download FS2020 on it) .It throws error code - 0x80070005 Even the windows store refuses to do anything when I select D drive, The store downloads anything on the C drive. Windows update has also giving me errors , where the update KB4566782 downloads and installs till 73% and then throws an error code 0x8007000d. Manual installation of the
  7. so I downloaded DirectX runtime installer which included 9/10/11 and somehow that fixed it . I will test out some more games and update whether the problems persists or not. But thanks alot for your time.
  8. yes , have done it multiple times now , including multiple restarts
  9. I did a fresh installation on my laptop , installed the drivers required and installed steam . Then i added my internal HDD back to my laptop and added the steam library to steam. Now almost every game is throwing errors. I made sure the drive had read/write permissions. Cuphead is starting and plays the menu music , but no visuals. ( for what ever reason forcing it to DirectX12 is working , but i want it to start normally like before) Spyro reignited trilogy started at first , but now throws "The UE4-Falcon Game has crashed and will close LolLevelFatalError [Fil
  10. The problem is i have lots of bloatware , so keep my files is not an option.
  11. The C drive is SSD and D drive is HDD. I want to factory reset since its a laptop from acer , dont want to loose the drivers and stuff that comes along by default.
  12. As the title mentions , I want to factory reset my laptop , and all my data is on internal HDD (D:) drive. I removed everything I needed from C drive. But I am worried the remove everything feature may clean up my D drive as well. Is there a way to factory reset without unplugging the HDD physically ?
  13. Okay so many more google searches later , I found a fix to my problem. Do an advanced startup , open CMD , then i did Bootrec /fixMbr and chkdsk :C /r and my problem solved. Never again will I boot into Linux. But I still don't know the reason why I couldn't run chkdsk on startup , it skipped it every time ??
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