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When I cleaned all my drives it pooled them back into 1 partition... I selected the single partition I had but this error code came up: We couldn't install Windows in the location you chose. Please check your media drive. Here's more info about what happened:0x80300002 ok update: I tried to create a new partition from the other and error code 0x80070017 appeared can any one help?

Edited by Renegeek, 10 May 2018 - 12:34 AM.

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Hi Renegeek!

 

Can you please post a screenshot of Windows setup screen as shown in below image. Also please post a screenshot of the error messages.  Are you having error in this screen?

 

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Edited by FreeBooter, 10 May 2018 - 05:35 AM.

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I am... I tried to use the unallocated drive but the first error code came up... I then tried to create a new partition from the "new" option but error code 0x80070017 came up as well I also looked around for solutions all night and this seems to be the easiest way... The single drive is NTFS and when I try to clean the drive with diskpart via creating a partition in command prompt it gives me the cyclic redundancy check error... As well

Edited by Renegeek, 10 May 2018 - 06:17 AM.

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It will be very helpful if you post the screenshots i have ask for.


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I cannot. I tried to take screenshots with my phone the files are too big
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You can upload the screenshots to https://imgur.com/website and post the links to uploaded screenshots.


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Ok here's the first error code https://imgur.com/a/3bUcPag and the second https://imgur.com/yWNhT09

Edited by Renegeek, 10 May 2018 - 06:38 AM.

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What happens when you click the partition and click Delete?


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I cannot... Delete is greyed out
And are you writing something big? Oh and I heard online that the best way to clean this disk was with wiping software or something like that

Edited by Renegeek, 10 May 2018 - 06:56 AM.

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Press Shift + F10 keys and execute following commands:

Diskpart

list disk

select disk X

clean

exit

exit 

The List Disk will display a list of all disk connected to computer and there assigned disk number find the disk number for the disk where you want to install Windows 10 and replace the X letter with this disk number.

 

You can use the Size column to find the disk you want to install Windows 10. 

 

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Edited by FreeBooter, 10 May 2018 - 06:58 AM.

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Ok I had disk 0(boot) and disk 1(usb) and I tried this method before the problem seems to revert after I exit diskpart I'll edit in my next link https://imgur.com/a/FA0oiUe and here is proof of the reversion of status of disk 0 https://imgur.com/a/5D6JWW0

Edited by Renegeek, 10 May 2018 - 07:29 AM.

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Restart your computer and try installing Windows 10 again do not create any partitions select the unallocated space on Disk 0 and install Windows 10 on it.


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Tried again still have the 0x80300002 error btw it seems that the only solution is to wipe or format the drive

Edited by Renegeek, 10 May 2018 - 07:43 AM.

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Okay let create a partition but i need to know if your computer is using UEFI firmware mode you can find this information from BIOS setup utility it should be same place as where you can configure Secure Boot settings.


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I use uefi but I'm on my way

Ok I'm in bios and it says under security tab I/O interface security and Secure boot menu

Edited by Renegeek, 10 May 2018 - 07:52 AM.

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