So I have an ISO of Windows 10 x64 and I'm attempting to install it on a brand new hard drive. I start by using PowerISO to mount the image to a virtual drive then install it onto VirtualBox using my product key and all is fine so I start the burn. I was told to burn at slowest possible speed so I did, Attached the new hard drive inserted the DVD-R windows 10 install pops up like normal and I start the install, after 9% into "extracting files" it stops and shuts off and I must restart the whole install again. I have tried with several DVDs but after using 4 and getting to the exact same point of 9% I think it might either be my PowerISO software or my actual burner. Any thoughts, fixes, or suggestions? Thanks.
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There are web articles about this but now that 10 is released I'd try it with articles after the release date. Why the DVD at all? Why PowerISO?
http://blogs.technet.com/b/canitpro/archive/2015/04/02/step-by-step-installing-windows-10-on-oracle-virtualbox.aspx notes a method that uses the .ISO file. Try that method.
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