If you have any suggestions please feel free to send them when convieient, too much excitement for me in one day, will have to double dose on the meds.
You have my sincere thanks and greatest respect
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still as the last photo I sent,(#271) PC will pick up keyboard but not any mouse, so looking at alternatives, to me its:
reboot and see what happens
reboot with the pen drive in
reboot with the original driver and utilities disk in and see if the system picks it up
reboot with the pen drive and the original utilities disk in and see if its picked up
Try to remove the USB drive and install it in another USB port and see if it takes you back to the Windows install option
Edited by dmccoy, 23 January 2018 - 11:22 AM.
Okay, Do you know if any of your USB ports are USB 3. they should be Blue if so. Make sure not to use one of those ports and only use the ports on the back of the computer.
Turn off computer and start over by booting to the Win 10 USB and when you get to the the Setup screen choose the Repair option to go to Command prompt. Let me know when you are there
No im afraid I dont have any USB 3 ports this is a DELL XPS 420, but it has been a good one
Ok that is good. Windows doesn't install well in USB 3 ports. Please follow my next steps to hopefully get into Command Windows
Ok good, Select Troubleshoot, then the Reset Your PC option and lets see what happens.
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