Trying to install windows on new hard drive. I created a disc with .iso using installation media Microsoft media creation tool. When I try to install, I get message "cannot find drivers." What now?
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As recommended, since that's a new hard drive, you should download the disk controller driver from the manufacturer's website.
I also had this problem and tried to solve it in many ways. The only way that really worked was to create a new installation media using MediaCreationTool (https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10)
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You wrote you're using a new hard drive: you have to prepare a USB drive containing the drive's controller driver and plug the USB drive when you need the disk and the partition where you want Windows to be installed, then click Load driver and browse to the USB drive for Windows to be able to locate the disk controller's drive and recognize the new disk.
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