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I hope, you can help me with some unhappy issue :( I bought a new PC last week with configuration:
ASUS ROG Strix B360-G gaming motherboard
Intel Core i5-8500 @3.00GHz
16 Gb RAM
Samsung NVMe SSD 960 EVO 250 Gb -- PCI-E M.2
ATA Hitachi HDP72505 (from my previous PC) -- SATA
But, unfortunetly, I couldn't install clean Windows 10 on my PC from USB stick. I have an error: 'A media driver your computer needs is missing' before choosing disk for installation. Windows image is official (from microsoft.com) and the latest, burnt via Windows Media Creation Tool (but also I tried Rufus too).
When the fail occured, I attempted to use Windows 8.1 official image - same error, old Windows 8.1 image from previous PC - same error. But, Ubuntu was succesful installed! I don't realize what is a problem...
According to diskpart output, Windows Installer be able to recognize all volumes. I don't know any solution for find out which driver is missing. I tried to click Browse and load drivers from another USB stick (downloaded from https://www.asus.com/ru/Motherboards/ROG-STRIX-B360-G-G...), but it didn't work.
Totally I tested all next solutions:
1. Re-plug USB stick or plug to another USB port (2.0 and 3.0)
2. Rewrite and redownload ISO images several times.
3. Load ASUS drivers and SAMSUNG NVMe driver from another USB stick too.
4. Try different USB sticks.
5. Try different Windows images
6. Try different software - Media Creation Tool, Rufus, WoeUSB, Unetbootin, dd.
7. Disable PCI-E drive in BIOS
8. Disable SATA-controller in BIOS
And that's all didn't work for me(
I thought this is hardware problem, but Ubuntu works fine...
A few screenshots: