installing win 10 from usb. constant bsod and error code 0x8007025d

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Jun 5, 2019
just got my new pc:
cpu: intel i5 9400f
gpu: msi rtx 2070
mb: msi H31M PRO-VH
ssd: crucial mx500 sata ssd
psu: corsair vs650

When i try to install win 10 via a usb stick with the media creation tool i get constant bsod (system thread exception not handled and memory_management) and error code 0x8007025d.

i got it to work by putting it into another computer and installing windows by some miracle that i can't remember. but then it wouldnt install any drivers and would throw the same bsod's and errorcodes.

pls help my guys, im desperate at this point.
ask if you need any information.


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Oct 8, 2017
Yeppoon, QLD, Australia.
what build of Win10 - if 1903, the early versions have a known bug that will not allow installation from a USB stick.
so maybe try burning the ISO to a DVD and seeing if that helps.
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Jul 19, 2016
This error is often caused by corrupted files, and or faulty usb drive. Try a fresh download from an official source and unpack to another USB stick.


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Sep 9, 2016
Thread closed due to lack of any feedback from the OP.
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