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    My pc:
    8700K stock
    2x8GB DDR4 GSKILL 3000mhz ( XMP
    Corsair 750 i
    Asus Z370 Pro Gaming.

    I have 2 disks. SSD Crucial 525 GB MX 300 and Toshiba 500GB.
    I have an question about system Windows 10.
    I installed from Pendrive USB Windows 10 from here:
    http://forums.windowscentral.com/e?l...token=YWCSyNe7

    On a fresh formatted ssd i install Windows 10.
    When i installed Windows 10 there was a problem with...

    1.When i go to windows settings, no matter what i click on system settings it wont opened. SO click and nothing.

    2.Problem with web browsers ( Firefox and Chrome ).
    When i go to some site, and try to download something ( right click save ), browser just hang,and not respond. I had to click X on the browser.

    This happens in BOTH Firefox and Chrome, which is why I think it's an issue on Windows' part?

    I remember only that during this time display driver was installing automically in background by windows.

    That was this 2 problems after i installed Windows 10 from Pendrive.
    I dont know how but after 2-3 restart now its all fine and working fine.
    I just ask why that happened? It maybe was related to my rams?
    But i tested memtests and no errors. Thanks for suggestions.

    I also checked DISK status, and GOOD HEALTHS.
    01-20-2018 02:28 PM

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