10-26-2015 12:07 AM
Does it recognize your USB as a boot device? Get the mediacreator software to create an ISO. Use rufus to build you a new image using UEFI boot. Then you should be able to see it as a boot device. Let me know.
10-26-2015 08:56 AM
In addition to Kansub's excellent advice be sure to run Disk Cleanup on the "C" drive after all your updates are complete. You can choose to remvoe all the old installation files. They can add up to over 10GB from a clean install, and upgrades are even worse. You can still have your full Windows 8 installation sitting on the drive hidden away to roll back to if you don't like Windows 10.
10-26-2015 09:42 AM
i have used disk cleanup only 356mb cleaned so ill try to use media creation but im going to have to use it on the tablet cuz media creation requires windows 7 and above and my pc is running vista so is there a way to change the download place for the iso
10-31-2015 09:56 AM
So after my Windows 10 update, then a bunch of driver install and storage space work, I just have two problems left:
1) The tablet consistently crashes 4 times at bootup before coming back. The pattern seems to be: Bluescreen, bluescreen requiring holding down the power and vol down button to reset, startup recovery, bluescreen requiring reset, then back running.
2) WiFi seems extremely weak requiring you to be right next to the router or the connection constantly hangs. (The Realtek driver reports as version 3008.8.401.2015).
Any ideas for these?