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X1 Yoga Gen2 - Need HDD Driver for Win10-1709 Install

2017-11-07, 21:17 PM

Need HDD Driver for Win10-1709 Install

 

I thought this garbage was behind us.  Seems the X1 Yoga needs a HDD driver on the W10-1709 media in order to see the HDD.  It won't install otherwise.  Suggestions?  (Bare Metal Install, not using SCCM)

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Re: X1 Yoga Gen2 - Need HDD Driver for Win10-1709 Install

2017-11-07, 21:29 PM

I found my own solution - 

 

I had Secure Boot on - just needed to swap to setup mode.  All good now!  : ) 

 

Thanks!  

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Re: X1 Yoga Gen2 - Need HDD Driver for Win10-1709 Install

2017-11-07, 21:23 PM

What message are you getting?

 

How was media made?


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Re: X1 Yoga Gen2 - Need HDD Driver for Win10-1709 Install

2017-11-07, 21:29 PM

I found my own solution - 

 

I had Secure Boot on - just needed to swap to setup mode.  All good now!  : ) 

 

Thanks!  

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Re: X1 Yoga Gen2 - Need HDD Driver for Win10-1709 Install

2017-11-07, 21:30 PM

secure boot or invalid UEFI partition on USB was where I was going


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