I recently bought a PC (Specs below), and I made a clean install of Windows 10 64-bit from a USB using UEFI, which it supports. The instalation process goes normally, and after restarting the PC, the strangest thing happens. I take out the USB stick and when it tries to boot from the HDD, I get a "Reboot and Select Proper Boot Device" message on my screen. The weirdest thing is when I put the USB stick in it's slot, and choose to boot from the HDD, the computer boots up the installation screen again.
When I try to use legacy to boot and install Windows 10 it won't let me telling me I must have my SATA controllers activated, which they are.
I'm not really all that experienced with computers but I have done this before and this has never happened to me, and I can't seem to find anyone on the internet with this specific problem.
Gigabyte B250M-DS3H (F3 BIOS)
Intel Core i5-7400
8GB DDR4 RAM Memory
Intel HD Graphics 630
1 TB HDD
Edited by GasparB123, 16 August 2017 - 12:46 PM.