In this post, we discuss how to install window 10 on a new hard drive on a new pc. You do need to be sure that you install the same edition of Windows 10 as was activated previously. You can utilize the Media Creation Tool to make boot USB/DVD media. You can utilize this on another PC to make the boot media. Simply select the choice to create installation media for another PC.
Follow these simple steps to install window 10:
Step 1: Create an Emergency Disk to USB
- First, connect your empty USB flash drive or external hard drive (with over 128GB space) to your PC.
- Run EaseUS Todo Backup and click “Tools” > “Create Emergency Disk”.
- Then choose USB as the disk location to create the emergency disk and click “Create”.
Step 2: Create System Backup Image on Source Computer
Your system may also save the system backup image to another empty external disk (which must be equal to or bigger than the system C drive).
- Click “System Backup” on the left sheet and Windows OS will be chosen naturally.
- Click “Browse” and specify and the second partition of the USB drive which contains the emergency click to save the system image.
- Now click on “Proceed” to start creating a system backup image to the target device.
Step 3: Boot Target Computer from EaseUS Todo Backup Emergency Disk
In which PC you want to restore the system image to a GPT disk, then you need to change the boot mode to EUFI in BIODS. Then your computer EaseUS Todo Backup main interface.
- Launch EaseUS emergency disk and system backup picture USB and connect it to the new PC.
- Restart your PC and press “F2/F8” to boot into BIOS.
- Go to the boot menu and set the PC to boot from the EaseUS Todo Backup emergency disk.
Step 4: Transfer System to the New Computer
- On EaseUS Todo Backup primary interface, click “System Transfer”.
- And Select the system image on your USB external drive and click “OK” to continue.
- Specify the disk to restore the system image and tick “System Transfer” in Advanced options. Click “OK” to save changes.
Step 5: Restart PC with transferred system
- You enter BIOS and set the computer to boot up from the drive with the transferred system.
- Now save all changes and restart your computer.
- Update all drive drivers and programs to ensure all things will work just fine on the new computer.
Step 6: Create Windows 10 Installation Media
Customarily, users download the ISO files of Windows, burn them to DVD via third-party software, and then install Windows 10 from DVD. Now things get much easy, Microsoft offers a user- friendly Microsoft Media Creation Tool to help you get the installation media-ready.
- Click here to download this tool and run it “Create installation media (USB flash drive, DVD, or ISO file) for another PC > click next.
- The next wizard will ask you to select Language, Windows Edition, and Architecture. Then click next.
- Now choose the USB flash drive, click on it next button.
- Select the removable drive from the list when asked, click next to continue.
- The device will start downloading Windows 10 and available updates to your USB drive and make it bootable, which allows you to install Windows 10 later.
- When the downloading process is complete, you’ll see a message that reads ‘Your USB flash drive is ready”. At this time, click Finish to exit.
How I do install Windows 10 on a new SSD/HDD
To install Windows 10 follow the detailed instructions below:
- Insert the drive into the PC or laptop onto which you need to install Windows 10. Then turn on the computer and it should boot from the flash USB drive.
- When the computer does boot from the USB drive, then open window setup, followed by a language selection, time and currency format, keyboard or input method. Then click Next.
- Click install now.
- You will be approached to enter the license key, do as you are required.
- Accept the license terms and click Next.
- Here you click on “Install Windows only (advanced)”.
- Windows will then start the installation process. Generally, the installation is automatic, yet watch for it and answer any questions you’re asked.