There will be "cannot install" when you reinstall single OS in the motherboard for dual boot. Because there is android partition in eMMC. If formatting the disk as follows, you can normally reinstall windows.
The picture shows that you cannot reinstall windows. Pls. enter command "diskpart".
And then enter "list disk" as follows:
When finish the command, you will see three disks. Judging from the size of the disks, you could find which disk the eMMC is. The rest are the 2 usb flash disks.
Enter “select disk 0” and there will be "Disk 0 is now the selected disk" and then enter "clean" to clean the disk.
When cleaning is finished, enter the command "list disk" again to confirm whether it work. If you see the available storage is 58GB for Disk 0, the disk is cleaned successfully.
Please enter "exit" to leave "DISKPart" and then enter "startnet.cmd" command to continue reinstalling windows.
Emily, you are right that this method allow to continue Windows installation . But you have forgotten a very important thing. "Diskpart clean" command follows to clearing all partitions and deleting Android.
Meanwhile, the solution to this problem as we Russians says "проще пареной репы" a piece of cake! Just needs to use second USB port for flash drive connection!
Switch the USB flash drive into the second port, and everything will be OK
Yes, this method will delete Android partition.
But I have written "when you reinstall single OS in the motherboard for dual boot" .
if you don't want to delete Android partition, and you use this method, you have to reinstall Android OS again.
Emily, I'm confused. In an other thread, You told me that I cannot install single OS in a motherboard for dual boot.
But, in this thread, it seems possible. I have a Chuwi HI8.
I'm anyway resolved with remove of Android partitions but I'm curious on technical possibilities of these tablets.