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can you reset to defaults? To install Windows 10. 6 years 6 months ago #527

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Hi

I think I might have messed up my board by attempting to install android. I think I might have installed it on the internal memory rather than the card. Not sure.

Now my problem is that when trying to install Windows 10 from a USB drive it won't work. In the bios it lets me select the USB drive as the startup OS but when I save and exit it still starts in android and not the USB drive

I already updated my firmware for Windows as recommended. I used the windows media creation tool from microsoft to format and create the thumb drive.

Any ideas?
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can you reset to defaults? To install Windows 10. 6 years 6 months ago #529

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Here is a boot screen
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can you reset to defaults? To install Windows 10. 6 years 6 months ago #530

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can you reset to defaults? To install Windows 10. 6 years 6 months ago #531

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Hi Sir,

Pls try to use Rufus to create the USB bootable system:

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Only 32 bit win10 is supportable!
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can you reset to defaults? To install Windows 10. 6 years 6 months ago #533

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Thanks for the tip but no luck.

I used the Microsoft tool to load an ISO on a thumb drive. I then used Rufus to burn that ISO image onto a second thumb drive. My JaguarBoard BIOS sees the second thumbdrive. When I restart it still boots to Android even if I take the SD card out.
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