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valdim2007
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I don't have booting after the stick

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15s-eq1000nq
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I recently bought an hp 15s-eq1000nq with free DOS and I would like to install W10, but on Boot Manager - Boot Menu I don't have booting after the stick. How do I do it?

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Kumar0307
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@valdim2007, Welcome to the HP Support Community!

 

I understand you are trying to install Win 10 OS on the Notebook. 

 

If you have a new Notebook and you've never installed windows & your system is running with FreeDos, then you'll first have to make your Hard disk to NTFS format.
1. Choose custom installation.
2. Press shift+F10 (DOS windows will appear).
Now type
3. Disk part [Press Enter]
4. List disk [Press Enter] (You should see only Disk 0).
5. Sel disk 0 [Press enter]
6. Clean [Press enter]
Close the dos windows & click refresh.
Now you can create partitions and install windows.

 

For more info, kindly refer to - Installing Windows 10

 

Hope this helps! Keep me posted. 

 

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Have a great day! 

KUMAR0307
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