When trying to install Windows 10 using a USB pen drive, I get the following message:
A media driver your computer needs is missing. This could be a DVD, USB or Hard Disk driver. If you have a CD, DVD or USB flash drive with the driver on it Please insert it now.
Note: if the installation media is in the windows DVD drive or on a USB drive, you can safely remove it from this step.
- use only USB 2.0 pen drives
- use only USB 2.0 ports
- cancel the error, return to the initial screen, change USB port of the pen drive and try again
- create the pen drive using different tools
- downloaded the ISO at least 4 times from Microsoft and re-created the pendrives, to ensure that it isn't corrupted
- copied all drivers from the motherboard to another pen drive and forced Windows Install to find them. But even after it finds them, browsing one by one (by hand), it doesn't continue and the error persist
Now I'm testing with another pen drive and I will post here the results.
Update about installing the SATA driver:
I have tried it again but, as the results from previous attempts, even installing all the drivers that come from the "SATA" driver, after it the error persist and I can't proceeed with the installation.
The error message is:
No new device driver found. Verify that the installation media contains the correct drivers and click OK.