Thanks to you Both as far as I know These DELL folders came pre-installed with this PC when I bought it and has all the usual Updates from MS as you can see by the Version number's here ---> Win 10 Windows 10 -- 1909 --- Version - 18363.720 So if you mean I should Copy this Forums CLEAN Install to a USB the Delete everything off C;\\ and except the WD HDD passport "Backup" AND the DELL drivers then I can just plug and Play? Thanks AgainIMHO. Dell clean install is only a secondary method for installing the original OEM.
I read you small message and, of the choices, in view of all the wasted space with partitions on your HD, I would make a clean install from your USB ISO. In the initial process, wipe the whole HD and start over. I am a Dell user, and that has been my procedure. I have never looked back and regretted losing the Dell partitions.
Only one other proviso. Was this an upgrade from the original OEM (Win//8?) ?, or are you refreshing your already installed Windows 10?
I like to use a copy from
Want to reply to this thread or ask your own question?
You'll need to choose a username for the site, which only take a couple of moments. After that, you can post your question and our members will help you out.
|Need to replace Lumia 920 after all these years. What Windows Phone / Lumia should I get?||3|
|In this case, should I buy a Lumia 930?||2|
|SOLVED Should I keep using malware hunter with defender?||5|
|Should Rebuilding the Indexes on a 2T hard drive take 3 days?||4|
|Should I re-format my Windows 10 disk SSD? (or just "Refresh" my windows)?||2|
|SOLVED What file system should I use for Storage Space (Two-way mirror) ?||2|
|SOLVED Java updates, should I automatically update?||2|
|MSFT should make updates selectable||5|