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post Jan 12 2016, 07:29 PM, updated 5d ago

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Previous Microsoft Windows 10

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post Jan 12 2016, 07:57 PM

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delsoo, ah just realized that yours is sl edition. wrong checksum then. will try find the matching one later.

The command is fciv -md5 your.windows.10.iso

replace your.windows.10.iso with correct iso file name with extension.

btw that's the wrong way to create a bootable usb stick. first find out whether your w10 is in uefi mode or bios mode. In control panel > administrative tools > run system information.

QUOTE(stasio @ Jan 12 2016, 07:29 PM)
Previous Microsoft Windows 10

https://forum.lowyat.net/topic/3365456
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post Jan 12 2016, 08:08 PM

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QUOTE(horns @ Jan 12 2016, 07:57 PM)
delsoo, ah just realized that yours is sl edition. wrong checksum then. will try find the matching one later.

The command is fciv -md5 your.windows.10.iso

replace your.windows.10.iso with correct iso file name with extension.

btw that's the wrong way to create a bootable usb stick. first find out whether your w10 is in uefi mode or bios mode. In control panel > administrative tools > run system information.
Nice tqvm!
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wah , this is complicated . I think i will redownload the offline file . I just realised that my downloaded file is iso file ( which will need to be burned to a disc) . Well , i 'm goin to redownload again . How to direct download the 1511 bootable usb file ?
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post Jan 12 2016, 08:21 PM

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QUOTE(horns @ Jan 12 2016, 07:57 PM)
delsoo, ah just realized that yours is sl edition. wrong checksum then. will try find the matching one later.

The command is fciv -md5 your.windows.10.iso

replace your.windows.10.iso with correct iso file name with extension.

btw that's the wrong way to create a bootable usb stick. first find out whether your w10 is in uefi mode or bios mode. In control panel > administrative tools > run system information.
Nice tqvm!
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https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10

is this the official link to download the win 10 1511 bootable usb file?
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post Jan 12 2016, 09:39 PM

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QUOTE(delsoo @ Jan 12 2016, 08:21 PM)
https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10

is this the official link to download the win 10 1511 bootable usb file?
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Yes.

What's so complicated? I thought of guiding you through a simple process of creating bootable usb stick manually, because i suspect that your iso file is good after all. It didn't work because you did it wrongly apparently.

Nevermind just do what you want. The media creation tool is the same anyway hehe
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post Jan 12 2016, 10:25 PM

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finally there a new version for this thread
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post Jan 12 2016, 10:45 PM

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QUOTE(horns @ Jan 12 2016, 07:57 PM)
delsoo, ah just realized that yours is sl edition. wrong checksum then. will try find the matching one later.

The command is fciv -md5 your.windows.10.iso

replace your.windows.10.iso with correct iso file name with extension.

btw that's the wrong way to create a bootable usb stick. first find out whether your w10 is in uefi mode or bios mode. In control panel > administrative tools > run system information.
Nice tqvm!
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i chekced ady , it's UEFI mode , how to proceed then ?
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post Jan 12 2016, 10:52 PM

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QUOTE(horns @ Jan 12 2016, 07:57 PM)
delsoo, ah just realized that yours is sl edition. wrong checksum then. will try find the matching one later.

The command is fciv -md5 your.windows.10.iso

replace your.windows.10.iso with correct iso file name with extension.

btw that's the wrong way to create a bootable usb stick. first find out whether your w10 is in uefi mode or bios mode. In control panel > administrative tools > run system information.
Nice tqvm!
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how to continue from here ?


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post Jan 12 2016, 11:32 PM

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QUOTE(delsoo @ Jan 12 2016, 10:52 PM)
how to continue from here ?
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since you said it's uefi then try this:

1. copy the iso file from usb stick to your hard drive. if you have a copy in your hard drive skip this;
2. format your usb stick with fat32;
3. open your iso file with winrar, then extract its contents directly into usb stick. there is no need to select anything in the iso, use extract button and point the destination to your usb stick and continue.
4. if you wanna do upgrade, run setup.exe in the usb stick; if you wanna do clean install, on reboot, hit the key that let you select boot device and choose uefi: <usb.stick>

edit: step 2 and 3 is how you create bootable usb stick for uefi install manually.

for bios mode install, do step 2 as formatting usb stick with ntfs. step 3 is the same. depending on your system bios, you may need to set your usb stick as active to make it work (using diskpart). alternatively, use rufus.

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post Jan 13 2016, 10:11 AM

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QUOTE(horns @ Jan 12 2016, 11:32 PM)
since you said it's uefi then try this:

1. copy the iso file from usb stick to your hard drive. if you have a copy in your hard drive skip this;
2. format your usb stick with fat32;
3. open your iso file with winrar, then extract its contents directly into usb stick. there is no need to select anything in the iso, use extract button and point the destination to your usb stick and continue.
4. if you wanna do upgrade, run setup.exe in the usb stick; if you wanna do clean install, on reboot, hit the key that let you select boot device and choose uefi: <usb.stick>

edit: step 2 and 3 is how you create bootable usb stick for uefi install manually.

for bios mode install, do step 2 as formatting usb stick with ntfs. step 3 is the same. depending on your system bios, you may need to set your usb stick as active to make it work (using diskpart). alternatively, use rufus.
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viola , upated to 1511 . seems smoother now . thumbup.gif
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post Jan 13 2016, 09:50 PM

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QUOTE(delsoo @ Jan 13 2016, 10:11 AM)
viola , upated to 1511 . seems smoother now .  thumbup.gif
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ok. are you running with w10 on ssd or hdd?
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QUOTE(horns @ Jan 13 2016, 09:50 PM)
ok. are you running with w10 on ssd or hdd?
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Sad that Microsoft is pulling the plug on W8 when W10 is still not stable yet.
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anyone of you encounter this issue the wins 10 seems like crash, all hang. then force restart all my initial desktop files gone, clean wipe. my old desktop files all moved to a windows.old folder in C:drive. this is the 2nd time happened, the first time happened i reformatted it. any idea of the problem, is it windows 10 bugs?
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post Jan 14 2016, 12:08 AM

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QUOTE(delsoo @ Jan 13 2016, 09:55 PM)
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oh ok. well nevermind.

QUOTE(UserU @ Jan 13 2016, 11:15 PM)
Sad that Microsoft is pulling the plug on W8 when W10 is still not stable yet.
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it's fine to do it on w8. w8.1 is much better.

QUOTE(quintesson @ Jan 13 2016, 11:54 PM)
anyone of you encounter this issue the wins 10 seems like crash, all hang. then force restart all my initial desktop files gone, clean wipe. my old desktop files all moved to a windows.old folder in C:drive. this is the 2nd time happened, the first time happened i reformatted it. any idea of the problem, is it windows 10 bugs?
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never happen to my computers. it's weird that you have formatted your drive but there was still a windows.old folder in c:.

is this an upgrade or clean install?
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post Jan 14 2016, 12:29 AM

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all the time is a clean install. the first time happened i reformatted it and do a clean reinstall and been using for a 3/4months then it happened again. don't know what is causing it to behave like this? i was thinking to install either windows 7 or 8 no more windows 10 for me.
one main thing i dislike windows 10 is can't disable auto update.
some of the files that i have associated with a certain 3rd party program it will will auto re-associate back with windows program causing me to re-associate it yet back again to a 3rd party program.

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Should I upgrade to Windows 10? My Windows 7 always got pop up about W10 =.= Anyway my W7 is tuurenk version.
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QUOTE(quintesson @ Jan 14 2016, 12:29 AM)
all the time is a clean install. the first time happened i reformatted it and do a clean reinstall and been using for a 3/4months then it happened again. don't know what is causing it to behave like this? i was thinking to install either windows 7 or 8 no more windows 10 for me.
one main thing i dislike windows 10 is can't disable auto update.
some of the files that i have associated with a certain 3rd party program it will will auto re-associate back with windows program causing me to re-associate it yet back again to a 3rd party program.
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for windows 10, if not mistaken only pro version can choose to notify you to install windows update, better than don't have
as for the files, do you mean software update (example graphic card) ? if yes go to right click this pc > properties > advance system setting > choose hardware > device installation setting > No
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post Jan 14 2016, 04:13 AM

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Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 11099

https://blogs.windows.com/windowsexperience...ew-build-11099/

Changelog:
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This post has been edited by stasio: Jan 14 2016, 07:02 AM
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post Jan 15 2016, 12:41 AM

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QUOTE(stasio @ Jan 14 2016, 04:13 AM)
thanks a lot!

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