Discussion in 'NEO N42C-4 Guides & FAQs' started by MINIX - John, Jan 7, 2018.
I checked my downloaded file and it's exactly 6,860,386,868 bytes.
sounds about right: just used this file a few hours ago and everything went smooth.
I just downloaded the file from your DropBox account. Thanks. BTW it shows as being 6,699,597KB in size and when I get the properties of the file it says that it's size is 6,860,386,868 bytes.
6,860,386,868 bytes = 6.669,597KB (1024bytes = 1KB)
Thanks, Higgs. That clears it up.
Here is a fast link to the last rom : https://mega.nz/#!soAD3ZZb!nricEr0eqN70BG3m1ah4jfS7h9hbPxEWWxrgubYgHwc
I'll keep it on my cloud to help every people who have issue with Minix FTP.
@MINIX - John , @Villa , @Higgs A moderator can put this link on the first thread ?
Hello everyone. Has anyone encountered this? It wouldn't let me continue.
This error screen appeared after attempting to boot from M.2 SSD?
This error appears after installation.
And after that a blue screen appears with error code 0xc0000001.
I will send you a direct message, will help to resolve this issue.
Thank you for providing a direct link to the file in your Mega account.
Same here. Thanks John and Skynet. The Mega file solved all my problems!
If you need more files on Mega, just ask...
Thanks skynet for your link to mega
I installed the Samsung 500GB SSD and started the N42C-4. Windows installed and updated on the device. I checked Device Manager and the Samsung SSD is listed.
I then tried to reboot into the BIOS so I could disable the factory 32GB drive and enable the Samsung. I am holding down the Delete key during restarts, but Windows loads and does not go to the BIOS screen. Any suggestions on what I am doing wrong?
Don't hold it down. You need to keep tapping it.
Neither tapping or holding down the Delete Key got the machine to boot to BIOS. I ended up having to:
Go to SETTINGS
Select UPDATE & SECURITY
Click RESTART NOW
Click ADVANCED OPTIONS
Select UEFI FIRMWARE SETTINGS
Then the system restarted in BIOS
No secret handshake then?!
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