Here’s the thing, when you try to install Windows from NTFS on a Windows 8 or 8.1 computer, you are going to notice that there will be a little light going on and that you will be able to click on it to get to the installation wizard. Unfortunately for you, the Windows 8 installation wizard now gives you a pop-up that tells you that an error occurred while writing installation information to disk.
This is a common problem. If you don’t fix it, Windows will install a corrupted file. In the unfortunate case that this happens, you can fix the problem by first checking the registry for hidden files and directories in the form of “HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall” and then deleting these files and directories.
The process of deleting files and directories is a tricky one. If you have a bad root password, you can’t uninstall an older OS, and it won’t install other OSs that are already using your Windows installation.
The bad root password might not be the problem. In the unlikely case that you have a bad password, you might want to delete the hidden files and directories in order to erase all traces of the problem. This is because hidden files can affect the way your system will boot up. This can also cause issues when trying to install a new OS.
Yes, I’m aware that there is a chance you have a bad or missing install of Windows.
The only thing that can lead to a bad install is when you install another OS. For instance, if you install Windows 10, and you get a Windows 10 install and you uninstall some of the files, you can actually uninstall a bunch of other Windows 10 files.
The reason that you see Windows 10 as an uninstaller is because it installs “clean” versions of all the Windows 10 files. You can also uninstall older versions of Windows by using a file removal tool.
If you are not aware of this, Windows has a nasty habit of letting you install stuff on a brand new computer and then never allowing it to go through. The installation program never cleans up the mess that you make by installing other programs. You end up with an old computer that is a bit slower and a bit slower, but it’s never really a problem. However, you are not the only person who has had this problem.
The problem is this: when Windows tries to install a program, it always installs it on an empty drive. It does not allow you to install any programs. So if you are on a brand new computer and you are installing a program, the program you want to install will just pop up on the desktop, and you have to type in the installation information from the start menu. This is not a nice way to install programs.