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Installing windows 7 from a disc all usb 3 ports

ItsRetorical
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Installing windows 7 from disc but all my ports are usb 3 and In my motherboard bios (gigabyte ax370-gaming) I don’t see an option to turn off usb 3 help I just wanna finish building my cousins new computer.

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6 minutes ago, iamdarkyoshi said:

Your motherboard has USB 2.0 headers on the bottom. Do you have any cases with USB 2.0 headers you could run onto this board?

I do and I have it plugged in however it still won’t work on my case usb 2’s I don’t knkw why

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Just now, ItsRetorical said:

I do and I have it plugged in however it still won’t work on my case usb 2’s I don’t knkw why

Do you have a PS/2 mouse (or USB to PS/2 adapter) on hand? You could drop the usb 3.0 driver installer on the hard drive (or a secondary drive) and use the PS/2 mouse to install windows and then the USB 3.0 driver

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I got my front of case usb 2 to work and I’m using my mouse on it in bios but it still isn’t working on the install screen

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7 minutes ago, iamdarkyoshi said:

Do you have a PS/2 mouse (or USB to PS/2 adapter) on hand? You could drop the usb 3.0 driver installer on the hard drive (or a secondary drive) and use the PS/2 mouse to install windows and then the USB 3.0 driver

Do not have a ps2 mouse on hand rn. 

I got my front of case usb 2 to work and I’m using my mouse on it in bios but it still isn’t working on the install screen

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8 minutes ago, ItsRetorical said:

Do not have a ps2 mouse on hand rn. 

I got my front of case usb 2 to work and I’m using my mouse on it in bios but it still isn’t working on the install screen

I know there's ways to inject drivers into the installer but I've never tried them

 

Any reason for going with windows 7?

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3 minutes ago, iamdarkyoshi said:

I know there's ways to inject drivers into the installer but I've never tried them

 

Any reason for going with windows 7?

Had a extra copy building my little cousins first pc so I have him my old graphics card, a hard drive, a case, and a copy of windows I had Laying around 

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6 minutes ago, iamdarkyoshi said:

I know there's ways to inject drivers into the installer but I've never tried them

 

Any reason for going with windows 7?

Guess I’m going to have to just go get a ps/2 mouse

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1 minute ago, corrado33 said:

I'm confused... I've installed windows 7 from USB using USB 3 ports only....

I would have to think your usb copy had the drivers for usb 3. I’m doing it from disc

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14 minutes ago, ItsRetorical said:

Had a extra copy building my little cousins first pc so I have him my old graphics card, a hard drive, a case, and a copy of windows I had Laying around 

Search for the windows media creation tool and create a bootable windows 10 flash drive

 

Windows 7 keys can be used to activate during setup

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1 minute ago, iamdarkyoshi said:

Search for the windows media creation tool and create a bootable windows 10 flash drive

 

Windows 7 keys can be used to activate during setup

Windows 7 keys can be used to activate windows 10?

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Just now, ItsRetorical said:

Windows 7 keys can be used to activate windows 10?

Yup. I keep old broken laptops to take the keys off of lol

 

Win7 home premium gives win10 home

win7 pro gives win10 pro

Win7 ultimate gives win10 enterprise!

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