Boot order and compatibility report

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Boot order and compatibility report

Postby Milenko » 28. Nov 2017, 07:08

I have formatted my desktop, have new Ubuntu 16.04 installation and want to install Windows 10 in my VM.I do not know where the problem is but compatibility report appears.I have attached it, and log file also.My boot order is:Hard disc,optical.Is that ok?
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Re: Boot order and compatibility report

Postby mpack » 28. Nov 2017, 11:11

Did you disable the PAE/NX feature? As far as I recall that feature (NX) is required for Windows 10 installs.

I suggest that you start again, and this time don't change anything on the motherboard except RAM (optionally), and I'd also give the VM 2 cores.
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Re: Boot order and compatibility report

Postby Milenko » 28. Nov 2017, 12:16

Sorry but PAE/NX,how to enable these settings?
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Re: Boot order and compatibility report

Postby Milenko » 28. Nov 2017, 12:28

I have enabled PAE/NX,but nothing changes.
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Re: Boot order and compatibility report

Postby mpack » 28. Nov 2017, 15:41

Then I would try ejecting the CD as the message says.
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Re: Boot order and compatibility report

Postby Perryg » 28. Nov 2017, 16:21

My spidy senses are going off. "Windows 10 Pro VL X64 Build 14393.222 MULTi-7 v2 Sep 2016 {Gen2}/W10X64.PRO.MULTi7v2.Sep2016.iso" only shows up in torrents and I don't see Microsoft supporting it. Do you see the same with a valid Windows 10 install disk?
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