Newly built pc won’t boot from bootable usb

Oct 25, 2018
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I everyone I just built a new pc yesterday and everything is running but when I try to launch the windows 10 installer from my usb disk it doesn’t do anything.

My rig :
Mobo : asus z270 Maximus hero IX
CPU : intel 7700k
RAM : g-skill trident z 2x 8Go 3200MHz
HDD : seagate 3to
SSD : 2 hyper x one 120Go the other 480
M.2 : Corsair MP510 240 Go
GPU : EVGA GTX 1080ti ftw3

I can acces the bios both my ram are recognized as well as all my storage even the usb is recognized but when I change the boot sequence to boot from usb I only get a black screen and a code on my mobo says Ad which in the manual stands for ready to boot event. I’m stuck and don’t know what to do. Please help me
 
Make sure you to connect the USB flash drive to a USB 2.0 port and you have a proper media.
You could create it by downloading the Windows 10 media creation tool >>here<<
Only connect the disk you will be installing Windows. Te other disk could be connected later.
Set the BIOS to boot from the USB disk.

 

jay.wooster

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Put the USB Drive in the Orange USB Input just under the Ethernet port and try booting from the USB now.... (It's actually a super charging port but recall hearing it assists with bootable media)
 
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