23 months ago
So I put together my pc last night then went over to best buy and grabbed a Windows 10 USB. I turn everything on and go into the BIOS and the only thing I touched was Boot Priority. I set my SSD to priority. I restart push F12 during start up which on my motherboard does the one time "Boot From ... First" and select the Windows USB. Once I do that a menu pops up saying to select Windows 64 bit or Windows 32 bit. I proceed to select 64 bit. Then a long bar which says "Loading Files" in grey shows up on the bottom of the screen and proceeds to load something. After that is done nothing happens. There are two boot options selectable with in the BIOS one which says Windows Microsoft or something and one which says the exact same thing but before it it says UEFI: Windows Microsoft Partition 1. I have tried booting from both and they both get me to the Windows 64 bit or 32 screen and then to the grey loading files bar. One screen then proceeds to a black blank screen and one to a screen that is just frozen on a screen which has a Gigabyte logo on the left and "Ultra Durable" on the right. From either screen nothing happens. I tried unplugging my SSD, HDD, leaving one in, one out, having both unplugged and only the USB stick. Can not seem to figure this out. I think it may be the Microsoft USB stick but maybe I connected something wrong. Could it reconize the USB and not work still or since it actually sees it the USB is not the problem? For referance my setup is this.
Motherboard : Gigabyte Z270 MX Gaming 5 MATX
GPU : MSI Gaming 1080
CPU : i7 7700K
Any help would be appreciated. I am currentally at work so I dont have exact details or access to the PC right now but will be able to give more information if needed when I get home.