Where is the Write Protect Screw and how do I install Windows?
I would like to install Windows on the Pixel Book as I have finally gotten into an education that doesn't typically have any programs that actually run on the Chrome OS platform and the more I see the Windows platform running on Mac Books of friends and other actual windows computers the more I would like Windows on my Pixel Book
I have Windows ME, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Win 7, Win 8, Win 8.1, Win 10.
So really I think I can get this system running any of them if I want.
My Pixel Book is the Intel i7 16gb RAM version with 512GB of storage.
I will sacrifice everything. I will power wash the device. I will remove the battery and anything else needed. I just want windows on this thing and any problems and damages done to the software is ok as long as the software of windows survives and I am able to use my ITT skills to fix Windows.
Bu iyi bir soru mu?
I have tried crouton, I have tried disabling flags, I have tried accessing the SeaBIOS and turning off write protect options, I have enabled and disabled things with debugging. This computer says in every way it should be able to be written but when it comes to throwing the USB with Windows 8 or 10 on it the computer locks up and doesn't know how to think. CTRL-L on boot and CTRL-U don't do anything but make things worse.
Austin Otto tarafından
have you disconnected the battery for rewriting UEFI bios?
Alexey Kashkarov tarafından
were you able to find answers to this? looking to do the same
Brickkz Kickz tarafından
While installing Arch Linux on my 2015 Chromebook Pixel 2, I found through trial-and-error that the left USB Type-A ports don't work well with my newer Samsung USB 3.0 thumbdrive, Even though my older 2011 Macbook Air booted the OS off of it easily. Thankfully, I eventually found out that a really old USB 2.0 thumbdrive that I had on hand worked well.
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