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Windows 10 Not Installing

RedEdain
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3 minutes ago, RedEdain said:

I downloaded the Media Creation Tool yesterday, so I think I have it.

 

But, to be sure, how can I check it? 

 

Well if you downloaded it yesterday then i'm 100% sure it's the latest one.

Anyways, i think this is a network driver error. Do you have any wireless adapter or? Try to unplug it, install Windows and use your Ethernet cable

Hi. Recently, I've seen the 69$ Gaming PC video and I thought it could be a good way for me to build one myself. =)

 

All is working correctly, but when I try to install Windows 10 on it, it keeps showing me the same BSODs messages:

-"DRIVER IRQL NOT LESS OR EQUAL" ("What failed: tcpip.sys")

 

Here are my "Ultra-Cheap Gaming PC" specs:

-CPU: Intel Core 2 Quad Q9400, at 2.67 GHz

-GPU: Maybe integrated, but unknown

-RAM: 16 GB DDR2 (The m-board only handles 8 GB) from Kingston

-M-Board: Intel DQ35JOE

-HDD: Refurbished 120 GB at maybe 5400 RPM or less*

 

*The HDD already have Windows XP on it, but the license is expired so I can't reach the files. That means the only way to access my system's parameters are by the BIOS. 

 

And I try to install Windows 10 with a Cruzer Glide 16 GB, that I formatted with the official Media Creation Tool.

 

For the installation, I can also use a Lexar USB 3.0 64 GB. I can't use a DVD, since I don't have blank DVDs.

 

Can you help me? =)

RedEdain

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I wouldn't consider this as a gaming PC but ok xd

 

Does your bootable USB include the latest October Update?

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I downloaded the Media Creation Tool yesterday, so I think I have it.

 

But, to be sure, how can I check it? 

 

P.S.:I'll add a dedicated GPU later (Like a GTX 650)

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3 minutes ago, RedEdain said:

I downloaded the Media Creation Tool yesterday, so I think I have it.

 

But, to be sure, how can I check it? 

 

Well if you downloaded it yesterday then i'm 100% sure it's the latest one.

Anyways, i think this is a network driver error. Do you have any wireless adapter or? Try to unplug it, install Windows and use your Ethernet cable

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1 minute ago, Od1sseas said:

Well if you downloaded it yesterday then i'm 100% sure it's the latest one.

Anyways, i think this is a network driver error. Do you have any wireless adapter or? Try to unplug it, install Windows and use your Ethernet cable

I'll try with a Ethernet Cable, because I don't think I have a Wireless Adapter on my computer.

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