Installing and Configuring Windows 10 – PC-Doctor Module

Windows 10 was released in July 2015 and it is one of the biggest releases Microsoft has ever made. With Windows 10, you can pick up your computer, tablet or even your phone and use your old programs that you already own from Windows 8 as well as new apps from the Windows Store. The downside to this is that sometimes these new programs might not work with Windows 10. One of the most common problems people have when installing Windows 10 is that they get stuck at the “Windows Setup” screen after they’ve put in their product key. Here are a few ways to fix this problem.

What to do if you’re stuck at the “Windows Setup” screen

If you’re stuck at the “Windows Setup” screen and it says that your product key is not valid,

try to power off your computer and start over. Sometimes this will fix the problem.

If that doesn’t work, install Windows 10 again by using a USB flash drive or an external hard drive. If none of the above solutions work, you can try to reinstall Windows 10 but make sure to back up any important documents, photos or other files that you might have on your computer before you do so. If these are backed up on an external hard drive, try plugging it into your computer and restarting from there instead of starting from scratch. Finally, if all else fails, contact a technician from pc-doctor module for help and support.

What to do if your PC won’t boot after installing Windows 10

If nothing happened after you put in your product key and you’re still stuck at the “Windows Setup” screen, it might be because Windows didn’t install correctly. You can fix this by following these steps:

What to do if you’ve installed Windows 10 but can’t sign in

If you’ve installed Windows 10 and it says you can’t sign in to your Microsoft account, there are a few things that you can try.

1. Make sure that the product key is correctly entered into Windows 10’s settings. If it’s not, you might need to reinstall Windows 10 with a new product key.

2. You can try signing out of the account and signing back in again or clearing your cache for the Microsoft account. This process deletes a file on your computer called the “Microsoft Account Cache” which clears out all the information related to your Microsoft account, including your password.

3. If these steps don’t fix the problem, try resetting your PC by going to Start > Settings > Update & Security > Recovery > Reset this PC -> Get started; this will restart your PC in recovery mode where you can then choose a troubleshooting option from there for further help fixing the issue.

How to install Windows 10 on a USB drive

Step 1: Download the Windows 10 ISO file and burn it to a USB drive.

Step 2: Once the image is burned, plug in the USB drive and restart your computer from a different operating system (such as Windows 7 or Windows 8).

Step 3: When you get to the “Press any key to boot from CD/DVD…” screen, press any key and boot into Windows 10.

Step 4: You will now be at the “Windows Setup” screen where you should click “Next”.

Step 5: After clicking “Next”, you will be prompted to choose between upgrading an existing installation of Windows 8 to Windows 10 or installing a clean installation of Windows 10 without upgrading. Choose which one you want and click on “Next”.

Step 6: On this screen, click on either Partition using GPT or MBR depending on which one you want. Then follow the instructions for your selection.

Step 7: Now that your hard drive has been partitioned correctly, click on Next again and wait for it to finish copying all of your files over from your old OS (in this case, Windows 8). If it fails to copy everything over, restart from step 3 again until everything is copied over.

Step 8: Now that most of the process is done, click on Install Now when asked about updating drivers or making changes after setup. Clicking on this will start downloading updates for drivers, making changes for compatibility with hardware, apps.

How to fix problems with apps on older versions of Windows

I. If you are getting stuck with the “Windows Setup” screen, install the update for your version of Windows 10 or try to install it again and then restart your computer when finished.

II. If you’re still getting stuck at the “Windows Setup” screen or have encountered other problems, try installing Windows 10 again.

III. If you’ve already installed Windows 10, use a recovery image to restore your computer’s system files back to an earlier point before the installation of Windows 10. This should fix any issues with apps not working on older versions of Windows 10.

IV. If you’ve already done that and still aren’t able to run certain programs on Windows 10, reset your PC using one of these steps:

– Shut down your PC and turn it back on using this method

– Restart your PC in Safe Mode and then follow these steps

– Press Ctrl+ Alt+ Delete and choose “Restart” from there

How to uninstall and reinstall an app on older versions of Windows


If you get stuck at the “Windows Setup” screen, there are a few ways to fix this. One of the easiest ways is to simply uninstall and reinstall an app on older versions of Windows 10. If you’ve already tried doing this, try these steps to make sure it’s working:


2. Go into your device manager


4. Right click on the problematic device and choose uninstall driver software


6. Start the Windows 10 installation process again and install the correct driver once more


In this tutorial, we will show you how to install and configure Windows 10 on your PC. Keep in mind that you will need to continue to use the computer as a regular PC while you work with this tutorial.

We recommend that you install the latest version of Windows 10 on your computer and set it up using a USB drive.

When this tutorial is complete, you can continue to use the computer as a regular PC while we show you how to configure Windows 10.

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