Windows 10: Building new pc, confirming understanding

Discus and support Building new pc, confirming understanding in Windows 10 Support to solve the problem; Hi, I'm building a new PC (First Time), with the specifications that are listed in my profile page information. I done some reading on your... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Support' started by Kfcgn, Mar 4, 2016.

  1. Kfcgn Win User

    Building new pc, confirming understanding


    Hi,

    I'm building a new PC (First Time), with the specifications that are listed in my profile page information.

    I done some reading on your tutorials, and I just want to confirm that I am understanding it correctly.

    My understanding of it is that, I burn a bootable Windows ISO to a USB under FAT32. I have to go my bios and change it so that I can only boot from UEFI, and then enable ultra-fast boot first before installing any OS. Then when I have all these settings done, I put the USB in, and then boot from UEFI USB, then just install it like usual?

    Is that correct? So, when I'm finished building the pc, the first time I boot it up I go to the bios and change all the settings, then plug the flash drive in, and then boot from it with UEFI and install like usual?

    If not, can you please explain what I'm not understandingly correctly.

    Thanks,

    :)
     
    Kfcgn, Mar 4, 2016
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  2. Kiwintok Win User

    Building a new PC

    Hi,

    I am going to be building a new PC to replace my old one. This will include new motherboard, processor et.

    I understand the license is linked to a PC however my new will look totally different so I'd like to confirm the process for moving to the new machine.

    thanks Gareth
     
    Kiwintok, Mar 4, 2016
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  3. Kiwintok Win User
    Building a new PC

    That would be the current situation it was an upgrade from a retail windows version. Does this mean i should be good to go just by inoutting the key?

    regards Gareth
     
    Kiwintok, Mar 4, 2016
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