Windows 10 installation cant detect HDD

Jun 18, 2018
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Im using an 16gb verbatim usb
I have an 1TB WD Blue HDD
Ive tried using diskpart with shift + F10 but it only detects my usb
My HDD is detected by the motherboard

Ive had this hdd for about 3-4 months now and i dont think the age is the problem here
 
Jun 18, 2018
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I think i used UEFI thats the one where you have the cursor right?
 
i am not sure what you mean but both options would have some kind of "cursor"

when you enter the boot menu there should be 2 options for your USB drive and one of them will have UEFI in the name

without knowing your computer specs its hard to tell if your computer has such a mode or not though
 
Jun 18, 2018
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I have American Megatrends 2.13 bios and i can only find USB Configuration that only has 2 options
All USB Devices [Enabled]
Legacy USB Support [Enabled]
 
you get intoi the boot menu option when you start up your PC. at the BIOS splash screen you can press either F12 or ESC key to being it up. if those do not bring it up then it is possible your motherbord uses a different key to enter the boot menu
 
Jun 18, 2018
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I get into the bios using the F2 button

My mobo is A55F-M3
 

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