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    Posted: 14 Oct 2015 at 12:12pm
Hi,please add full guide for installation windows 7 x64 ultimate on the N3000 (with pictures)?What the settings setup in the bios and etc..
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Originally posted by dwane3 dwane3 wrote:

Hi,please add full guide for installation windows 7 x64 ultimate on the N3000 (with pictures)?What the settings setup in the bios and etc..

N3000 tires?
n3000 network switch?
W7 drop in disk let it spin.
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Install from usb flash..
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Their guide is here http://www.asrock.com/microsite/Win7Install/
I recommend using the "Win 7 USB Patcher": http://www.asrock.com/microsite/Win7Install/dl.asp
if you need to enter BIOS to change the boot priority , press F2 when the pc starts up ;)


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Default BIOS settings will be fine for almost everyone. We don't know if you'll be using an external optical drive or not.

Microsoft supplies a tool for creating a bootable USB flash drive if you need help with that.

The version of Windows makes no difference.
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So,full working guide:1.With rufus mounting windows7.iso 2.On mounting usb 3.0 stick create folder with name $WinPEDriver$ 3.On the new folder create new folder with name usb3,then copying downloading usb3.0 drivers from HCSwitch/x64 and Win7/x64. 4.Thats all! This drivers will be automatically installed..
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I've tried the patcher with no success.  The windows installation (almost) completes up the entering a computer name but at that point the mouse and keyboard don't work.
I found a (complicated) procedure in the manual section 4.3 and I have questions about the procedure.
1. Will it work on my Win7 Pro 32 bit machine?
2. Since the procedure creates a disk, do I have to obtain an ODD to connect to Beebox or can I creat a bootable USB using the procedure?
 
 
 
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From one old noob to another(never too old to learn!), what motherboard is it you have there your trying this on?
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@ very_old_noob

1. Yes

2. No, the preferred is to create it onto/using a USB stick.

And ignore my previous to yours. It was early and I missed this is a BeeBox thread. Sorry there.
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With the "patcher" you can choose to create a bootable USB. That should also include the fix for the keyboard/mouse problem. Remember to use win7.iso file or CD as the source. with this it shouldn't be necessary to do the procedure from the manual.

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