I'm a student and my university has a subscription to Dreamspark, so I got a Win10 key, along with an ISO-file from there. I'm using a Lenovo G700 and trying to perform a clean install from a bootable USB-stick. I have tried creating this USB-stick with the 'Win7 USB DVD Download Tool', using different guides from the internet with NTFS and Fat32 filesystem, launching the setup normally and through UEFI, using the 'Media Creation Tool' ( to create the USB-stick directly and downloading the ISO file first and creating a bootable USB-stick from that with all the methods above, but no matter which of these methods I use, I get the following error during installation: 'A media driver your computer needs is missing.' ( Unfortunatley, I am currently running Win7 Pro x64 on my laptop and the following page says, that the upgrade to Win10 only works from Win8.1, not Win7: When I try to use the 'Media Creation Tool' to instantly perform an upgrade, I get the following error: 'Something happened. 0x80070422 - 0x90016' What drivers could the installation possibly be missing?
Netgear Wna3100 Windows 10 Driver. I don't have any external devices plugged in, except for the bootable USB-stick, of course. I tried downloading all drivers for Win7 x64 and Win10 x64 from the Lenovo page ( and pointing the setup to them, but none of them help. The only driver I could think you might need is the AHCI/RAID driver. Download the one that says 'f6flpy-x64.zip' then extract the folder onto the USB flash drive. When that comes up browser to that folder from the install prompt and select the iaStor file. Adb Drivers Windows 10. Should allow it to see and install properly to your drive but that is normally the only one you need. I tried your solution, but it doesn't work When I direct the installation to the folder to which i extracted the archive, I get the following list: I have tried every single entry in that list and I always get this error: 'No new devices drivers were found.'