Shaun o said:
At what point does the windows install halt.
By that I mean.
Do you get to the point of windows setup where it asks you to select a drive to install windows to IE the ssd drive.
You problem is most likely if you get to the screen where it asks you to install windows, and you select the ssd drive.
Is that you have not pre loaded the sata driver for the laptop that is required.
If you look down to the left, in blue is the option to install a third party driver before the windows install to your ssd drive.
Or when it gets so far through setup or installation it will not be able to copy files to the SSD drive.
Hey Shaun, thanks for the reply.
The problem is, I never actually get this far.
Starting the laptop ->
But it results in one like this (with my error being windows32/drivers/tcpip.sys
When I press enter to continue I get to the Selection Screen where EMS Setup is the only option:
With pressing F8 for advanced leads to one like this:
Now, whatever option I choose, be it safe mode, debugging...without driver signing...it again leads me to the error from the first picture.
As I said, using Linux, there was no problem adressing the SSD and the error now is actually similiar to the one that occured while I tried repair with the usb drive for the first time - with all the drivers still in place.