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Motobot|Post time:5-2-2017 17:31:54 View:2466|Reply:33

Motobot| Post time 4-19-2017 12:16:54 | Show all posts
Edited by Motobot at 4-20-2017 23:11
Camino replied at 4-19-2017 15:27
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May I ask some support? I created my own Win10 Creators ed. installation files for a clean ...

Hello Camino,
I had the same error. The error itself is not essential if you deliberately accept the loss of the Recovery function. It is much more important to complete all the remaining commands that were not executed in the original version because the script stopped running with that error message. Because of this I had to change the original Main.cmd file to avoid unwanted stop of the script.
This touched the "Setting the recovery environment" of the script. And I added the NOERROR section.

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Camino| Post time 4-19-2017 22:17:15 | Show all posts
Thanks for this explanation. I find it strange that the value of %errorlevel% has a negative reading of -1073741502

I also skipped this error by adjusting the script file "main.cmd". But still I wonder what's the reason for this behaviour.
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FR3D| Post time 4-27-2017 22:11:13 | Show all posts
I've followed all the steps in the manual but for some reason after installing it from USB stick I get a blue screen with error 0x0000034. Am I missing something?
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Motobot| Post time 4-28-2017 12:35:05 | Show all posts
Edited by Motobot at 4-29-2017 00:15

Hello FR3D,
I'm sorry, but I do not have the gift of psychic to understand the cause of the failure. Look for your own mistakes first. Second, compare  checksums of the downloaded archive. Third, check your flash drive for serviceability. Someone of your friends can help you. In extreme cases, I advise you to contact the nearest local computer repair service.
I remind you Android flashing removes Windows OS if you select flash.json file.
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FR3D| Post time 4-28-2017 15:28:51 | Show all posts
The same problem occurs when I try to install Chuwi version. When I looked it up it turned out that it is some BCD issue. 2 things that I didn't mention: 1 is that I enable read/write protection in BIOS so that Microsoft don't brick my device with their killer update. 2 Am I suppose to clear out all the previous Windows partition (I previously installed Windows on the device)? Not sure if any of it can affect the installation.
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Motobot| Post time 4-28-2017 18:04:13 | Show all posts
FR3D replied at 4-29-2017 02:28
The same problem occurs when I try to install Chuwi version. When I looked it up it turned out that  ...

If I understand you correctly, the BSOD arises after flashing and when you turning on the tablet. Were there any errors during the operation of flash script? Did you follow my recommendations for checking the downloaded install file and your flash drive?
It's a very bad habit to ask questions on a forum and give information grudgingly drop by drop. Please respect those to whom you apply for help and take care of their time.
Just give us a full report.

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FR3D| Post time 4-29-2017 02:46:19 | Show all posts
Edited by FR3D at 4-29-2017 15:06
Motobot replied at 4-28-2017 18:04
If I understand you correctly, the BSOD arises after flashing and when you turning on the tablet.  ...

So I hashed the file and got SHA1: fe3e43109c2cf85267ed84e347505aead304fbff and MD5: 3884a9442eb628369df875d54f34963f and also tried using different USB.
As for the steps I followed your instructions step by step. After copying the files over to the USB I boot it up on the device. It ran the script fine and then shutdown. I unplugged the USB and boot up the device but instead of getting a preparation process screen I get a Recovery screen.
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ljvtb01| Post time 4-30-2017 01:29:52 | Show all posts
Try to use Windows 10 ISO downloaded using the Windows 10 Media Creation Tool
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Motobot| Post time 4-30-2017 21:57:21 | Show all posts
Edited by Motobot at 5-1-2017 09:04
FR3D replied at 4-29-2017 13:46
So I hashed the file and got SHA1: fe3e43109c2cf85267ed84e347505aead304fbff and MD5: 3884a9442eb628 ...

Sorry for the long silence.
I hope that you have already solved your problem. If it is not so, here are my next tips.
So you hashed the install file and it's OK.
It remains to verify the serviceability of your flash drive. You need to check that your flash drive is in good condition. The easiest way to scan all sectors on the disk for bad sectors is a full format. You should uncheck "Quick format" box in Format options. If there are any errors, then throw your flash drive into the nearest trash.

In addition, you wrote earlier that you changed some settings in BIOS.  It was a bad idea. They must be returned to their original state.


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Motobot| Post time 5-2-2017 17:31:54 | Show all posts
Edited by Motobot at 5-3-2017 05:13
FR3D replied at 4-29-2017 02:28
The same problem occurs when I try to install Chuwi version. When I looked it up it turned out that  ...
1 is that I enable read/write protection in BIOS so that Microsoft don't brick my device with their killer update. 2 Am I suppose to clear out all the previous Windows partition (I previously installed Windows on the device)? Not sure if any of it can affect the installation.

Why do people sometimes act so strangely? Any of your "2 things" could cause the unsuccessful Windows boot.
For the proper operation of the Main script, the original GPT structure is required. Most likely, there was a problem with creating bootable System partition or setting the boot environment. I think that nothing else than your "2 things" are the cause of this failure.

One more important thing. What about your Android OS? Do you use it? Can it boots now?
I await full information from you.

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