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    issue with windows 10

    right second attepemt 2 to install windows 10
    im installing windows 10 on a m.2 1tb samsung 960 pro nvme and im getting to the point to run the first load of updates then i get an error your computer has ran into an promblem then restarts and allows me to run windows update again anyone else know whats wrong

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    error seems to be error clock_watchdog_timeout

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    Quote Originally Posted by dusty459 View Post
    right second attepemt 2 to install windows 10
    im installing windows 10 on a m.2 1tb samsung 960 pro nvme and im getting to the point to run the first load of updates then i get an error your computer has ran into an promblem then restarts and allows me to run windows update again anyone else know whats wrong
    Just yesterday i cloned an ssd onto an nvme and was having a similiar issue. I dont remember exactly how, but when i updated the nvme driver, windows finally booted correctly.

    You might be able to pick up some tips from this link

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    0.5: run CPU and memory at stock speed (2133MHz for RAM), you can tweak memory etc after windows is up and running with all drivers and updates.

    1: Make sure you have the latest FW for your M.2 http://www.samsung.com/semiconductor...oad/tools.html
    You can create a bootable USB-stick to update firmware, instructions are available from Samsung.

    2: Directly after Windows is installed, install the Samsung NVMe driver, also available from the link above.

    3: DO NOT install ASUS AI-Suite 3 from the USB-drive or the download page, or you will have to manually disable HPET in Windows to get rid of the lag.
    4: Update UEFI to 0801 found in the pinned thread on this forum :-)

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    thank ypu it looked like it worked the only thing now is when the pc starts and restarts the first asus sctrrn with press f2 or delete shows up twice before moving on to the load wheel then to the login screen

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    I had run into a similar issue installing Windows 10. The problem turned out to be that I had the Asus USB driver stick plugged in while trying to run setup. Removing the Asus USB resolved the problem for me.

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    mine isn't plugged in but still does it

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    Quote Originally Posted by hector61669 View Post
    Just yesterday i cloned an ssd onto an nvme and was having a similiar issue. I dont remember exactly how, but when i updated the nvme driver, windows finally booted correctly.

    You might be able to pick up some tips from this link
    how do I update the Firmware for windows as its Linux instructions

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    Quote Originally Posted by dusty459 View Post
    how do I update the Firmware for windows as its Linux instructions
    The USB-stick you create will boot into a very slimmed Linux version containing only the tool to update firmware and the firmware itself.

    Read the instructions from Samsung from start to finish and you'll get it :-) It will automaticly boot into the FW-update tool when you boot from the USB-stick.

    I have both a 960 Pro and a 960 Evo, so I had to create two different USB-sticks.

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    I followed the Instructions and tried booting it to the usb and nothing

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