Intel Core i7-6700K 8M Skylake Quad-Core 4.0 GHz LGA 1151 91W BX80662I76700K Desktop Processor Intel® HD Graphics 530Originally Posted by X-PREDATOR
hi dude, thats a bios setting gone wrong..you need to go into the bios and locate the section for boot priority's for your drives and set the dvd rom ( if you have one) as 1st drive and you primary hd/ssd as 1st hard drive but 2nd in line in the boot order. so when installing the os it picks up the correct order, after installing the os is done completely, just switch the ssd/gd as 1st boot option. so it goes directly to load the os...hope this helps and whats the issue....if not..report back so we can all help ya...
some details about the setup please..mobo,,cpu,,gpu etc:thumb:
First of all connect the SSD on a SATA3 port for maximum speed. Check the MB manual to know wich ones are those.
Using that now. So once this finishes, and I boot up my PC with USB in it should work right?Originally Posted by NeoReaper
Unetbootin does not work for creating windows 10 installs on USB, I have tried it before. Use Rufus to do it.