Windows 10 not installing, shows this!

Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by soamz, Aug 11, 2015.

  1. soamz

    soamz MDL Senior Member

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    HI, I just wanted to upgrade all of my office PC to Windows 10, as all are running Windows 7 licensed.

    But when I click on UPGRADE, I see this error.

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  2. The_Guardian

    The_Guardian Contributor

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    Check manufacture web site for updated drivers. Maybe that have new one out or maybe not. :confused:
     
  3. Edwe

    Edwe MDL Member

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    just dl the iso and use windows 8 drivers
     
  4. symb

    symb MDL Junior Member

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    #4 symb, Aug 11, 2015
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    I have that same Graphics, just install Windows 10 using ISO....
    No need to uninstall graphics driver.....
     
  5. Lucas Rey

    Lucas Rey MDL Member

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    What about uninstall nVidia drivers, upgrade, and then download latest drivers?
     
  6. bk109

    bk109 MDL Senior Member

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  7. nash58

    nash58 MDL Member

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    I do have video drives issues. Installed the vista driver available for the card and working OK so far. The only drawback is
    whenever is boot up the PC it will NOT show the log on screen. I need to power OFF and ON at times 3 times before it works.
    Same issue with 8.1.

    Guess need a new video card OR go back to windows 7
     
  8. bk109

    bk109 MDL Senior Member

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    Odd,I'm not having that problem with 8.x and 10 on that desktop (my only problem with is that it was on the other side of europe from me,so I had to explain the intricacies of "GRANDPA,NO IMPROVISATION,JUST CLICK WHEN I TELL YOU" :D) Btw,I did have similar problems once upon a time with 7,in my case it turned out that it was connected to the Away Mode option in BIOS,so.. perhaps it might help you too?
     
  9. nash58

    nash58 MDL Member

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    There's no 'Away Mode' option in BIOS for my board. Can't find anything close to it.