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Can a usb not be suitable for booting windows

turtle_idiot14
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i recently completed a build and am in the process of trying to boot windows. i created the installation media and copied it to a usb, however when i try and boot i get a variety of error messages 

messages:

 (0xc0000001)

0xc0000225

and most recently 0xc000000f or i am missing sytem32

i have tried switching old HDD to a new one, nothing worked.

is it possible that the usb i am using is not suitable for the task?

 

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Could be the size of the drive, I think Microsoft recommends 8gb at the least for it.

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31 minutes ago, turtle_idiot14 said:

i created the installation media and copied it to a usb

I believe a proper way to do this is to make a bootable usb stick using the media installation tool.

 

Then it should boot.

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27 minutes ago, mxk. said:

Could be the size of the drive, I think Microsoft recommends 8gb at the least for it.

the usb is 32 GB

 

in my past 5 tries the same error message has come up for both the usb as well as the partition on the usb 0xc000000f

says i need to contact the pc manufacturer which i would be happy to do but not sure who to call since i built it myself as well as it needs the recovery tool 

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