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Installing windows 10

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So, I'll just stay by saying, this is my first build.

I'm trying to install Windows 10 from an ISO I extracted into a USB drive. I reformatted the drive before hand and I know if I burn the ISO into a disk and try and install it that way it'll work (but my build doesn't have a disk drive). Below I've included the files on the USB drive and the screen I always get when I try and boot from it (I have an AIO so Idk what I'm supposed to do about the cpu fan error :/ ).

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The usb drive is fine. Try plugging any fan into the CPU_Fan header on your board. If you dont have any fans other than the ones on your aio plug one of the aio fans into that slot.

 

6 minutes ago, MagnesiumPC said:

Use the official Microsoft install utility to get the drive functioning.

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This is one that I used to install windows, and I used the Microsoft tool. Its the same as his.

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Don't burn an ISO to the USB drive - just use Microsoft's Windows 10 Media Creation tool to create the installer USB.

 

Here I googled it for you: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10

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1 minute ago, Vandorlot said:

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This is one that I used to install windows, and I used the Microsoft tool. Its the same as his.

Sometimes Microsoft hides specific instructions within their tool that aren't created with extruding ISOs. It's just good practice to use the official tools.

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Turns out all I had to do was find the option in the bios to ignore the cpu fan. But now I'll get to the installation screen and it says it can't find the media driver. I downloaded the driver for my motherboard from amd and it's still giving me the same error -.-

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Yeah, I saw that online about not working on 3.0 ports. I've tried every port on the board. even the ones my mouse and key board were in, and those have been working regardless of what port they're plugged into. 

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When you say you got the driver, did you incorporate it into the WIM? Do you load it at boot? Also did you re-create the USB bootable drive using Rufus or the media creation tool from MS?

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11 hours ago, PalladianPD said:

When you say you got the driver, did you incorporate it into the WIM? Do you load it at boot? Also did you re-create the USB bootable drive using Rufus or the media creation tool from MS?

I tried creating it in rufus but it kept failing when I tried ruining it, it would give me a reason why either.

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finally got it working last night. just ended up using an official version instead of the copy i got from my brother in law xD

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