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ronbridges

ok, let me ask this...

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when i used  media creation tool to install new windows 10 while at 1%  when it first started to run it stayed at 1% for probably 6 or 7 minutes with the little circle of dots spinning. i looked up at the screen and that had stopped turning, still at 1%. i did some other things and checked on it a minute or two later, same thing. i had an e machine once did this during system restore and i got worried about it and hit cancel. nothing, i couldn't click anything. i pushed power on my pc holding it in and my screen went black. i waited a few then rebooted and it came back on the same, frozen. i repeated that move and let it sit once off a few minutes more and turned back on and it opened normally. so if i run that media creator again or anything that is doing an install on here and it freezes at maybe 40% or more what do i do? i feel like at that point it may not reopen again, what should i do? will anyone answer here? please?

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In most cases, I would just let it sit. Now granted, if it sits at 40% and just freezes for....2 hours, then I might worry and restart. However, 10 minutes of just sitting, I wouldn't mess with it.

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I have failed using Media Creation Tool,maybe this is not effective way to install Windows 10,other ways can be used to install Windows 10.

https://www.microsoft.com/en-in/software-download/windows10

As i know,some common ways-- Using Windows 10 installation disk or Windows bootable disk.

https://www.windows10passwordreset.com/create-windows-10-bootable-usb.html

Making it yourself is not difficult.

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