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So I'm just trying to install windows 11 from a USB drive and I get this stupid shit what even is that I've never seem this 

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Are you trying to install on a drive that has an existing Windows install already on it? Do you know why the disk already has those partitions on it?

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3 minutes ago, HoffmannMS said:

You have to convert it to a GPT partition.

Here is a link on how to do it:

https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-server/storage/disk-management/change-an-mbr-disk-into-a-gpt-disk

Yes but how do I do this when windows isn't even installed like I can't manage disk or anything all I have is asus bios and windows 11 install screen..

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1 minute ago, StoryVFX said:

Yes but how do I do this when windows isn't even installed like I can't manage disk or anything all I have is asus bios and windows 11 install screen..

Try this:

 

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Just now, StoryVFX said:

Yes but how do I do this when windows isn't even installed like I can't manage disk or anything all I have is asus bios and windows 11 install screen..

Try opening the Command Prompt (Shift+F10) and convert to a GPT partition using the CLI.

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7 minutes ago, HoffmannMS said:

Try this:

 

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10 minutes ago, Middcore said:

Are you trying to install on a drive that has an existing Windows install already on it? Do you know why the disk already has those partitions on it?

Agreed, if you're fresh installing Windows delete all three partitions and select the blank one afterwards

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8 minutes ago, StoryVFX said:

You're a legend, thank u so much 

No problem. Have a good day.

 

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9 minutes ago, StoryVFX said:

You're a legend, thank u so much 

For the record all you needed to do was delete the existing partitions and hit next.

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5 hours ago, GuiltySpark_ said:

For the record all you needed to do was delete the existing partitions and hit next.

When I had the same error it kept failing until I used diskpart to manually do it, so it might not have fixed it.

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