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Grigor
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when i try to boot from usb to instal windows 10 it auto start FreeDOS.. what to do. ?

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Just now, stefanDB said:

are you sure you have the right file on that USB?

yeah the iso file.. 

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Just now, Grigor said:

yeah the iso file.. 

Dragging an ISO to a USB flash drive doesn't make it bootable.

 

I'm assuming you used Rufus to create the installer?

 

 

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1 minute ago, Grigor said:

yeah the iso file.. 

Do you also have freeDOS on that flash drive?

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its only windows iso file there.. maybe if he have that i dont know..

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you need to use the Media Creator tool to make the USB bootable to install windows. If you are just putting an iso file on the drive it's not going to install. 

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You have to make it a boot device. Just putting the iso file doesn’t do anything. 

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1 minute ago, Santo22 said:

you need to use the Media Creator tool to make the USB bootable to install windows. If you are just putting an iso file on the drive it's not going to install. 

ofc i do that lol

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1 minute ago, BloodyWaters said:

You have to make it a boot device. Just putting the iso file doesn’t do anything. 

guys i do that im not so dumb..

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So you did use the media tool and make the usb a bootable drive? Once you have that done all you should do is boot the pc. Just incase, hit delete during post and enter bios. Select boot override and select the UEFI version of the usb drive. This will ensure the proper installation of windows with the recovery partition. 

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1 minute ago, Grigor said:

guys i do that im not so dumb..

You literally said you only put the ISO file there. 

 

How did you create the bootable installer? In detail please. FreeDOS can't just suddenly get on your flash drive, unless you forgot to select the corect ISO in Rufus, which has Freedos selected as the default installation to write to USB.

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2 minutes ago, NelizMastr said:

You literally said you only put the ISO file there. 

 

How did you create the bootable installer? In detail please. FreeDOS can't just suddenly get on your flash drive, unless you forgot to select the corect ISO in Rufus, which has Freedos selected as the default installation to write to USB.

You are right i have to select iso here right ? image.png.279b9ee74ade26257a27b2931776dcc4.png

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Just now, Grigor said:

You are right i have to select iso here right ? 

Correct.

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Just now, NelizMastr said:

Correct.

thanks guys

 

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