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Problems with storage manager installing Windows 10 on Lenovo IdeaPad 3-14ITL i7 11th generation


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Hi,

 

I bought a Lenovo IdeaPad 3-14ITL laptop (i7 generation 11) without .

I tried to install a way (Using the Microsoft tool)

When I got to the option to choose where to install the I received an error message "Signed drivers not found".

I searched and found a solution suggestion: in the installation select "fix", get to command line, type diskpart, type list, type select disk 0, type clean.

The result: the DOK 32GB that was connected to the laptop was deleted (I can not enter it or format it)

the problem is not solved. Now when I get to the "Where do you want to install windows" screen, write to me "We did not find any drives. To get a storage driver, click 'Upload driver'". Clicking "Upload Driver" prompts you to enter DOK with driver files. 

What can be done to solve the problem? I was never asked to add ...

 

Thanks!

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Thank you!

This seems to be a general problem in installing Windows from USB on a 11th generation processor The driver that fits my model.

I was able to format the DOK. It turns out that starting from 32GB it is not possible to format FAT32 in Windows.

What to do:

diskpart (in comed line)
list disk (to identify drive, ie 3)
select disk 3
chub
create partition primary
active
format fs = fat32 quick
assign
exit

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