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Whenever i start up my windows 10 computer originally 8.1 its very slow and then it says Boot Device Not Found i have a copy of windows 10 on my usb and cant get it to load windows 10 I really need this fixed soon so if you could help that would be appreicated
 

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Please check how your present version of 10 is activated and let us know before doing the install.
(Start > Settings > Update & security > Activation).

If you do a clean install of Windows 10 as shown at the link below you will lose all your data like photos, music, videos etc and any programs you installed yourself. So make sure you have backups of any stuff you want to keep before doing the clean install.

http://www.expertreviews.co.uk/soft...lean-install-windows-10-and-create-boot-media
 

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Have a read at the link I posted, it shows how to make a bootable Usb stick and use it to install Windows 10.
 

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Whenever i start up my windows 10 computer originally 8.1 its very slow and then it says Boot Device Not Found i have a copy of windows 10 on my usb and cant get it to load windows 10 I really need this fixed soon so if you could help that would be appreicated
I would recommend trying any of the following programs to create a bootable disc or USB. This will allow you to either make an image of your drive or backup your files before reinstalling a clean Win 10 install


https://partedmagic.com
http://www.hirensbootcd.org
http://www.ultimatebootcd.com
 
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