Install windows 10 from usb tool

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how to do a fresh install of Win­dows 10 On the sys­tem that’s already got Win­dows 10 run­ning so in this instance, you might have prob­lems with your sys­tem and you want to install either a fresh copy or you want to save all of your doc­u­ments and set­tings.


You install a new ver­sion of Win­dows 10 so the first thing that we want to do is we want to cre­ate an install media.

I have already a USB it’s an 8 gig stick so you want a min­i­mum of 8 gig and then you want to go to Win­dows to the Win­dows web­site and down­load the media cre­ation tool.

So to do that you nav­i­gate to Microsoft com soft­ware down­load Win­dows 10 and you’ll see this cre­ate Win­dows 10 instal­la­tion media so what we want to do is we want to down­load the tool I trust it so I’m just going to run it but you can save it and then you can run a navy skin on it but it’s quite trust­wor­thy that will then get a few things ready and then you’ll be able to install.

So the first screen that you come to is the stan­dard license screen so we accept that so the next option that you’ll see is it’ll ask you if you want to upgrade this PC or if you want to cre­ate the instal­la­tion media.

We want to select this option here because we’re going to be cre­at­ing the media instal­la­tion on a USB stick that is going to be bootable.

The way that we would upgrade is we would insert the USB stick and start the machine to boot from that USB device.











so we click on next’ select it’ll auto­mat­i­cal­ly detect what ver­sion you’ve got cur­rent­ly run­ning when you install Win­dows 10 you will be prompt­ed one more ver­sion you want so this occur imme­di­ate all where you can install all ver­sions of Win­dows 10.

Home pro­fes­sion­al or the end ver­sion as well we’re going to select use the rec­om­mend­ed options for this PC but obvi­ous­ly if you’re installing it on anoth­er sys­tem you would uncheck the box and select whether it’s 32-bit 64-bit or both.

Then the actu­al edi­tion of Win­dows it’s just going to select Win­dows 10 is going to give you all those options lat­er so in my instance all my PCs are 64 bit so I’m going to select use the rec­om­mend­ed options for this PC.

And then we move on, now you can cre­ate an ISO file that you can burn to a DVD that’s an option if you got a dri­ve in your machine that you want to use there’s not many lap­tops for instance that come with the DVD Dri­ve any­more every­thing tends to be USB flash dri­ve.

So that is the option that I’m going to select and then we’re going to move for­ward we’re not going to give it a label I’m hap­py with hav­ing it as what­ev­er it decides it’s going to give it and then we’re going to click on next.

This will take a lit­tle bit of time while it cre­ates the instal­la­tion once we’ve down­loaded Win­dows 10 then all I’ll come back and we’ll move on so that’s halfway through the down­load now this all is based on your broad­band or your inter­net con­nec­tion speed.









If you’re on a real­ly slow con­nec­tion you might need to leave this run­ning overnight depends on the speed of your con­nec­tion so once the soft­ware is down­loaded it’ll then go off and cre­ate the media.

What I do is once this is fin­ished I’ll come back again and we’ll get it installed onto a lap­top okay so that’s com­plet­ed that whole process took around about 20 min­utes so once you’ve done that you can safe­ly eject your USB dri­ve and then we can go off and con­nect that onto the lap­top for the instal­la­tion.

So to run through this demo I’m going to be using a Dell Insp­iron 15 5000 series it’s a core i3 it’s a twobyears old now so it’s a per­fect to do a fresh install of Win­dows 10.

What we want to do is we are going to insert the USB dri­ve into the lap­top like that then we’re going to pow­er it on and you want to select your boot options so in this instance we are going to use f12 but it may be dif­fer­ent depend­ing on what the man­u­fac­tur­er of your devices.

So I’ll what we want to do is we want to go down and pick the UEFI gener­ic flash disk and we’re going to be installing from that so here we are at the options so the first thing we’re going to make sure you would obvi­ous­ly pick the coun­tries that you’re in for us it’s the UK and we’re goan­na click on install now.

Again this is the license term so we’re going to read all about all of that detail I’m going to accept the license terms. OK so do you want to upgrade or do you want to do a fresh instal­la­tion so if you’re hav­ing prob­lems with your lap­top or your PC I would real­ly sug­gest installing a fresh copy.

You’ve obvi­ous­ly got your back­ups run­ning any­way on your old sys­tem so you would be able to restore all of your doc­u­ments Pho­tos and music from that back­up but if you haven’t got a back­up.

Then you’re a bit stuck I’m afraid but so we’re goan­na run through the fresh install now this has already got a ver­sion of win­dows on so what we are going to do here is you can delete every­thing if you want but what I’m goan­na do is I’m going to keep every­thing apart from the instal­la­tion.

So just run through that again par­ti­tion four it will always be your pri­ma­ry par­ti­tion of where Win­dows is installed so I’m going to delete that par­ti­tion this just takes a few sec­onds while it wants every­thing and then what I’m going to do is. I’m going to select the UN allo­cat­ed space to install the new ver­sion of Win­dows click on next that will then copy all the files and get ready and do the install for us so once that’s com­plet­ed it’ll restart win­dows but you don’t need your USB stick­ing at this this stage — what I’m going to do is well that’s reboot­ing.

I’m goan­na remove the USB stick and let that boot up from the dri­ve direct­ly so once that’s got your­self ready he’ll give itself anoth­er rebound hi there I’m Cor­tana and I’m here to help a lit­tle sign in here a touch up Wi-Fi.

We’ll have your PC ready for all you plan to do so that’s it, you need to run through the con­fig­u­ra­tion options and select your pri­va­cy set­tings and once that’s com­plet­ed that will be all you need to do so the first thing we’re going to do is we’re going to pick our region.

I’m going to con­nect to the Wi-Fi now if you’re on your home net­work you can select var­i­ous options so we’re going to pick the defaults for that.

We’re going to move on and now what that will do that will down­load any updates that it needs to get up and run­ning prop­er­ly with all the right hard­ware.

This is where you cre­ate an account now if you’re a Microsoft fan you can enter your Microsoft account details. Here now what this will do it will enable all of your account set­tings to sync between devices.

So if you use two or three Win­dows PCs all are your favorites and things like that will sync across and var­i­ous set­tings as well.

Now in my instance I nev­er do that I always cre­ate an offline account it will then prompt you to sit to see if you real­ly do want to use a an offline account so I don’t want to sign in with Microsoft instead.

So I’m going to say no and we’re going to cre­ate a user now nor­mal­ly you would give it a pass­word at this stage it’s impor­tant that you pro­tect the secu­ri­ty of your device because this is only a demo I’m not going to cre­ate a pass­word so Win­dows will let you do that now.

The next thing that we want to do is do you want to make Cor­tana your per­son­al assis­tant I don’t so I say decline and I don’t want to do more across devices with any activ­i­ty his­to­ry.

I am going to say no to that I don’t use don’t want to use speech recog­ni­tion so I select that option I do want to use loca­tion based expe­ri­ences for things like whether I don’t want to be able to find my device because you need to have a Microsoft account for this I don’t want to use one.

So I’m going to accept that and I then select basic diag­nos­tic infor­ma­tion to Cen­ter Microsoft on sys­tem crash­es I don’t want to improve and writ­ing capa­bil­i­ties because I don’t intend to use it.

I’m just going to use the key­board and I do want to get tai­lored expe­ri­ences based on the diag­nos­tic data so this is things like tips and adverts and stuff so it’s up to you.

If you want to select now on this one no you won’t see any­thing but they’ll be rest less rel­e­vant in my instance. I will say yes to that and I do want to see rel­e­vant adverts oth­er­wise you just get bom­bard­ed with absolute rub­bish. It doesn’t mean any­thing to you so you might as well accept him and then switch it off using an ad block­er lat­er.

That’s pret­ty much it now Win­dows will run through some final set­up options and then we’ll boat into Win­dows.

Now this might take a lit­tle bit of time depend­ing on the hard­ware that you’re rein­stalling Win­dows on so in my instance I’m using a core i5 proces­sor so this will prob­a­bly take I don’t know 10 min­utes or so and that’s it.

So you’ll now you’ve now boot­ed into win­dows will go off and get what­ev­er updates.

It needs I’m going to close the brows­er down at this point and then I’m goan­na run Win­dows Update to make sure that’s all I’m hap­py in the mean­time I’m just going to leave this for about 30 min­utes or so.

While it does its thing and then I’m going to check on its reboots sta­tus if it needs a reboot I’ll give it a reboot. That will then have all the cor­rect dri­vers installed so your screen graph­ics dri­ver, your net­work port dri­ver, USB etc.

So that’s real­ly all there is to it.

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