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Keep getting error code 0x8007025D on fresh install of Windows 10

So I am doing a fresh and brand new install of Windows on a new system. I have the installer on a usb and everything runs fine until it reaches about 95% or so and gives error code 0x8007025D. I am attempting to install Windows 10 Home 64-bit and I am doing the "I don't have a key" option. Is it an issue with the fact that I am not entering a key or is it something else? Any help would be great.
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    You may need a bios update. I've seen computers updated just fine to windows 10. Clean reinstall then fails because of some odd bios issue. This is generally the error seen with these kinds of issues.
  2. Jagwar8 said:
    So I am doing a fresh and brand new install of Windows on a new system. I have the installer on a usb and everything runs fine until it reaches about 95% or so and gives error code 0x8007025D. I am attempting to install Windows 10 Home 64-bit and I am doing the "I don't have a key" option. Is it an issue with the fact that I am not entering a key or is it something else? Any help would be great.




    This website talks about that particular error code and shows you how to resolve it:

    http://www.errorlive.com/error-code-0x8007025d
  3. I now have a further issue: After following this guide http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/id-3395364/error-code-0x8007025d-installing-w10.html , it fails to boot after BIOS and gives the "Reboot and Select Proper Boot Device" error no matter what I do. Please help!
  4. Have you tried booting from your install media? You should have a USB with windows 10 install. If not then you need to make the USB using Microsofts media creator.
    https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/15088/windows-create-installation-media
  5. I resolved this problem by setting BIOS to default
  6. That is great!
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