When I get to the last step, I get a failure notice. So, after reading different articles, I decided that I should go into BIOS and make the USB drive the priorty boot. There's no option for a USB drive. I think we've had this desktop since 2010 or so. Is it possible to make it add a USB?
Many of the older PCs will not support booting from a USB flash drive. If you are trying to boot up Windows installation media then do it from CD or DVD+R SL. Be sure that the image download that matches the W10 version that you are digitally registered to use from MS.
Use a native USB mouse and native USB keyboard that will work without a hub.
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