How to fix setup was unable to create a new system partition

This error is hardware-dependant and its appearance varies from PC to PC. It depends on your motherboard, your USB interface, the USB stick you are using, and the version of Windows you are installing.

During setup, Windows must identify which drive is your primary boot drive in order to correctly configure the MBR and bootloader. This error does not normally apply to EFI and UEFI installations of Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 10.

Depending on how your PC is configured and which hardware you are using, Windows setup can sometimes be unable to tell which drive is an external USB drive and which drive is a local disk that Windows should be installed to. This especially happens when using larger USB drives to install Windows or if you have configured your BIOS to boot from the USB drive first always. Also, some USB sticks present themselves to Microsoft Windows as a regular drive instead of identifying as a bootable USB.

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How to convert GPT to MBR

GPT (or GUID Partition Table) is the updated version of the MBR table scheme that’s available on computers with UEFI/EFI installed (not BIOS). GPT may also be used on some computers that have BIOS installed and not UEFI/EFI. These type of disks have the following advantages:

  • It can have to 128 partitions vs. 4 partitions on a MBR disk
  • A single partition can have up to 256TB vs. 2TB maximum allowed space on a MBR disk

GPT disks can be read by the following Windows versions:

  • Windows XP 64-bit
  • Windows Vista
  • Windows 7
  • Windows 8
  • Windows Server 2003 and Server 2008

These disks can also be used to boot Windows from, but only the 64-bit Windows versions will boot from GPT: Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows Server editions.

Note that you can boot Windows from GPT only if your computer has UEFI/EFI installed. MBR disks are supported by all Windows versions. Removable disks, such as USB drives, can’t be converted to GPT. These removable disks are set as a MBR.

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How to fix the DirectDraw error On Windows 11/10?

Some users have complained that the DirectDraw error occurs when they attempt to launch old games from the past on Windows 11/10 PCs. Games for Windows won’t launch when that error notice appears. As a result of the DirectDraw problem, gamers cannot play classic games like Might and Magic 7, Diablo, and Age of Empires. Software for art and design can also have the same issue.

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How to Fix “Error Writing A Temporary File, Make Sure Your Temp Folder Is Valid”

Many things could stop you from installing new apps. One such error is “Error writing temporary file, Make sure your temp folder is valid”. In this post, we’ll know more about this error and have a look at some effective ways in which you can fix the error quickly.

It is an NSIS or Nullsoft Scriptable Install System error. It occurs when you try to uninstall an application, run an installer package or even restart your computer. As the error code states, when this issue occurs, Windows cannot read or write inside the temp folder. The error also indicates that the .EXE file of the application has become corrupt due to one or the other reason because of which the Windows Installer file is affected and no changes can be made to the application.

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How to Fix if you can’t enable the Windows Firewall (0x800706d9)

The Windows Firewall acts as a shield and protects the PC from numerous threats. Therefore, it is important to keep this app-enabled at all times. However, there are times when third-party software might conflict with this app. In those cases, you can provide an exception to that app within the Windows Firewall but should never disable it. This blog is for readers who find that the Windows Firewall has been turned off automatically and cannot get it up and running again.

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How to Fix the Copying Error 0x80030001 in Windows?

When attempting to copy files or folders to a destination in Windows, sometimes the error 0x80030001 “Unable to perform the requested operation” appears. Typically, it has to do with the disk or file system on which the requested files or folders are stored. The troubleshooting techniques you can use to resolve this problem permanently are discussed below.

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How to fix the DISM error 0x800F082F on Windows?

The Windows operating system image can be repaired, modified, and updated with the help of the robust command-line program DISM, but sometimes even the most powerful tools can fail. Sometimes the Deployment Image Servicing and Management (DISM) tool develops problems of its own, resulting in errors like the 0x800F082F error on Windows.

The DISM Error 0x800F082F typically occurs due to issues with the Windows Update component or when the system is unable to find the necessary files to complete the requested operation.

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How to Fix The “Windows Could Not Start The WLAN AutoConfig” Service Error

When consumers attempt to use their Windows computers to connect to the internet over a wireless connection, an error notice stating “Windows could not start the WLAN AutoConfig service” appears. There are numerous potential causes of this issue that include:

  • You may experience problems similar to the one at hand if WLAN adapter drivers are incompatible because they are corrupt or obsolete.
  • The error may be caused by improperly configured registry keys that are preventing the service from operating.
  • Malware or File corruption could be causing your system’s components and services to malfunction.
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How To Fix Volume Does Not Contain A Recognized File System Error On Windows 10

While trying to attach a USB/Pen Drive, Flash Drive, or other External Storage Device, users witness an error message, stating “You need to format the disk in drive E: before you can use it.  Do you want to format it?” Most of us may immediately click on the Cancel button to refuse formatting the disk since a lot of important data is stored on it.

Reasons To Receive This Annoying Windows Error

The problem may appear on an internal or external drive. The main causes for this issue are stated below:

  • Incorrectly formatted drive
  • Missing file system
  • Faulty drives
  • Bad sectors in the drive
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