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Trying to install W10(2004) on new SSD


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Cosmin

Hi,

Just got a new ssd from Samsung (970 EVO 500gb) and have some issues with the install of W10 (2004)

- created a stick with the media-creation-tool from Microsoft

- reset the bios & disabled CSM (heard that it must be done)

- copied files from stick (on first attemp of install) & restart.. boot from Samsung SSD 970 EVO and.. got those errors. What I'm doing wrong and how can I continue?

- that boot manager runs W10 from the usb stick (I quess). 

 

Thanks for any solution!

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Jim K

"copied files from stick (on first attemp of install)"

 

For clarification....you didn't just copy the installation files from the USB drive onto the new SSD and then try to boot?  You booted with the USB drive, it started installing and then on a reboot...you got that error...right?

 

Just clarifying.  :)

 

 

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3 minutes ago, Jim K said:

"copied files from stick (on first attemp of install)"

 

For clarification....you didn't just copy the installation files from the USB drive onto the new SSD and then try to boot?  You booted with the USB drive, it started installing and then on a reboot...you got that error...right?

 

Just clarifying.  :)

Had the same question while reading that.

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You booted with the USB drive, it started installing and then on a reboot...you got that error...right?

Right.. but on reboot I've set the ssd on first boot device (Samsung 970 EVO).

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Sensi

Not sure if this will help you but when I got my last ssd for OS I had to format it using my external caddie and after that it was able to be used as a "bootable drive".  Good luck in finding a solution 😎

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Cosmin

Ok.. in the end I've succeeded with all. Installed also Samsung magician and details are below.

- 30 degrees temperature it's ok?

- how that rapid mode is not suppoted?

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2 hours ago, Cosmin said:

Hi,

Just got a new ssd from Samsung (970 EVO 500gb) and have some issues with the install of W10 (2004)

- created a stick with the media-creation-tool from Microsoft

- reset the bios & disabled CSM (heard that it must be done)

- copied files from stick (on first attemp of install) & restart.. boot from Samsung SSD 970 EVO and.. got those errors. What I'm doing wrong and how can I continue?

- that boot manager runs W10 from the usb stick (I quess). 

 

 

Part in red didn't need to be done, secure boot is all that needed to be turned off

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Cosmin

well.. recreated the stick with the media-creation-tool, reset the BIOS and install, after first restart unplugged the usb stick and continue installation..all seems ok. :)

One more question now..after all my software installed had a look in msconfig and saw it as "selective startup"..shoudn't be as normal? if I set it to..normal, after restart goes back to..selective. why and how could be solved? Thanks!

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On 15/07/2020 at 10:48, Steven P. said:

What did you use to create the USB stick?

 

I use RUFUS (http://rufus.ie) for two reasons:

1.  It can create sticks that support MBR or GPT - it can even create MBR-supporting USB sticks on UEFI-based hardware (I have mixed hardware).

2.  It is - easily - the fastest USB-boot-stick-creating software I have used.

 

In addition, there is a *portable* version of RUFUS available.

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