Question I cant create new partitions or anything while installing windows, it shows error whatever i do in the partition management

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So while installing windows 10 in the partition management i have 465gb unallocated( 500gb hdd), after clicking new and applying 324gb, it would show error and just create a 100mb system partition, then i click apply again and it create another system partition and a msr parition then it create 324gb partition, then when i apply the rest space of my it would create another 100mb system partition then the other partition but when i select the 324gb partition and click next
I even tried watching many videos but it still doesn’t work
I cleaned the disk using diskpart and tried other solutions but nothing is working
I dont know what to do now, pls help
 
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What specific drive is this?

What happens if you just click Next?
What specific drive? Its a 500gb toshiba hdd and its the only drive in my potato dell inspiron 14-3452

And it shows that massage in the first pic
When i click next with that unallocated 465gb

Edit: Might i show u a screen recording?
 

dwd999

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So while installing windows 10 in the partition management i have 465gb unallocated( 500gb hdd), after clicking new and applying 324gb, it would show error and just create a 100mb system partition, then i click apply again and it create another system partition and a msr parition then it create 324gb partition, then when i apply the rest space of my it would create another 100mb system partition then the other partition but when i select the 324gb partition and click next
I even tried watching many videos but it still doesn’t work
I cleaned the disk using diskpart and tried other solutions but nothing is working
I dont know what to do now, pls help
Perhaps you could just allow the Windows installer to do its thing from the start and then after its done you could shrink the resulting volume to the size you want and proceed from there.
 
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It may just be a dead or dying drive.

Can you possibly test that drive in a different system?
Yesterday night after my laptop battery dropped to 9% then it turned off, after i charged my laptop and turned on it kept showing BSOD and "your pc couldn't start properly" it showed that my os couldn’t start
Perhaps you could just allow the Windows installer to do its thing from the start and then after its done you could shrink the resulting volume to the size you want and proceed from there.
What? Just allow the windows installer to do its thing from the start? What is that?
Nothing is working in the partition management stage, no matter what i do how many times i click next it shows "we couldn’t install windows in thw location you chose.please check your media drive. Heres more info about what happened: 0x80300024"
 

dwd999

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What? Just allow the windows installer to do its thing from the start? What is that?
Nothing is working in the partition management stage, no matter what i do how many times i click next it shows "we couldn’t install windows in thw location you chose.please check your media drive. Heres more info about what happened: 0x80300024"
If you're unsure of the drive's status you could boot from a usb containing a partitioning tool like Gparted. This would allow you to verify that the drive has a GPT identifier and that all of its space is totally unallocated with no leftover partitions from previous use. This should allow the windows installer to proceed.
 

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