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11-24-2021 12:46 PM
I'm well on my way. Windows currently loading.
I had a few hurdles starting with a bad USB that I was using as a boot disk.
Deleted both of those partitions and created a new one. When I did, I received this message:
" To ensure that all Windows features work correctly, Windows might create additional partitions for system files."
It actually created a total of three partitions:
Drive 0 Partition 1 100MB System
Drive 0 Partition 2 16MB MSR
Drive 0 Partition 3 1862.9GB Primary
11-24-2021 01:25 PM - edited 11-24-2021 01:57 PM
WOW! Good Job and you managed it and everything looks good.
You didn't do that:
A new window will appear
here enter 153600 MB (that creates a 150 GB C-Partition that is enough
Now you now how to setup the installation and I would do that, because when you leave it as it is you don't have the chance to create a Partition for files. everything is on C-Drive and with the next problem you loose your data again.
Try it and you will be happy afterwards. 😃
Edit 1 It is button with the yellow star (new)
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