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phillpower2

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No worries, rather busy today but will get back to this tomorrow so that you have the info on your return, safe journey  :thumbsup:

 

Before you clean install Windows 11 go here download and save to USB flashdrive all of the Windows 10 drivers, for how to install the drivers in the correct order see my canned info below;

 

Once Windows has been clean installed you must then install first the MBs chipset drivers, the IRST drivers, the storage/SATA drivers and then the graphics drivers, this is a must and Windows should not be allowed to check for updates before it has been done as more often than not Windows installs the wrong drivers or in the incorrect order and this can cause all sorts of problems. 
 
The reason why this procedure is so important, the chipset is what enables the MB to be able to communicate with all the hardware + are the first drivers that Windows looks for on boot

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