I am upgrading an old HDD to SSD for my Toshiba Satellite M645-S4047.
It comes with Windows 7 Home premium.
But I want to install Windows 10 on the new SSD
Beside of the bootable Windows 10, what I need to consider?
1. Should I search for drivers of the laptop before installing the OS?
2. As I considered it came with Windows 7, it will give me problems installing Windows 10?
Yes. Find the drivers first.
But it's rather old laptop - first gen intel core. You may not be able to find all the drivers.
Windows 10 will probably be able to find some drivers by itself.
Note - without appropriate drivers devices like touchpad, lan, wifi, audio will not work.
I began the process:
Modified boot priority to boot from the flash drive with Windows 10 and restarted.
It appear the Windows 10 logo and the dots (loading).
Then it appears BSOD and the message shows "System Threat not handled" and turned off itself.
Boot Speed (normal)
Execute-Disable Bit Capability (available)j
Virtualization Technology (VT-x only)
Beep Sound (On)
Sleep and Charge (Disable)
Sleep and Music (Disable)
USB Legacy Emulation (Enable)
PCI LAN (Enable)
Internal Pointing Device (Enabled)
Web camera (Enabled)
SATA CONTROLLER MODE (AHCI)
Power On Display (System LCD Only)
Function Button (Enabled)
Function Button Beep (Enabled)