I’ve been running into problems doing a clean install of Windows 8.1. This PC was running an upgrade from Win 8. Here are the problems I’ve run into.
PC: ASUS N56VJ
Windows would not accept my product key. I used Belarc Advisor to make sure it was correct. Microsoft tech support...
Hi, my Asus N56VJ laptop originally came with Win 8 64 bit pre-installed. A while back I did the upgrade to 8.1. I wanted to do a clean install of Win 8.1 but ran into the problem of Microsoft not recognizing my product key.
I ran the following programs to ensure I had the correct product key...
This is solved. Here is what I found;
If I disable Secure Boot and restart I can boot from a USB device
If I disable Secure Boot, enable CSM, enable PXE OpRom and reboot I am able to see the following boot options
1) Windows Boot Manager
2) P2 Matshitabd -CMB...
3) Atheros Boot Agent...
Hi Bat 1,
Thanks for your reply. I'm not sure if you noticed, there are no other boot options listed even when I turn off Secure Boot, Disable Fast Boot, and enable CSM & enable Launch PXE OpROM. See pic below.
Do I need to be concerned about this?
On the BIOS tab with Save & exit, there is...
I am running Win 8.1 Pro on an ASUS laptop N56VJ that originally had Win 8. It was updated to 8.1 quite some time ago. In preparation to do a clean install of Win 8.1 I noticed that the only boot option listed is the windows boot manager.
I've looked through other posts but do not see...
Thanks for pointing that out to me - the extra space between the part of the command that has "C:-\Win81"
So to confirm, to correct this I should redo the command prompt as follows:
Open the admin level command prompt and type: REAGENTC /SetOSImage /Path...
Seasons Greetings all,
I’ve tried to search other related posts on creating a recovery drive in Windows 8.1 but was not able to get past my current state.
I am using Windows 8.1 Pro upgraded from 8. I wanted to create a recovery drive but ran into a roadblock. Using a 64 bit ISO image I...