Hello, I'm not sure if this is the right thread for this kind of problem, but I just thought I should try. Anyway, I'm having trouble with Windows 10 (32-bit) right after I finished reformatting the whole system from Win7. Although the installation went smoothly, the system or perhaps the Windows setup takes time to finalize everything I'm forced to reset the thing manually keeping me from proceeding to the newly installed OS to customize Prior to that, I may have seen some options that prompts me to choose a Windows 7 volume - which was my OS before - and lots of Windows 10 volume or something, but it won't let me choose so that it automatically goes to Windows 10. I think whenever I attempt to install Windows 10 again because of the finalizing problem, it keeps on adding volumes of Windows 10 in it driving me crazy. I thought the format option during the setup would remove everything in the first place? Why does Windows setup keeps piling all these "volumes", anyway? I'm really lost here. I think these volumes are conflicting with one another, I have no idea... Should you ask, I'm using an untouched ISO of Windows 10 32-bit from the July 29 release. Please let me know if you need more about this problem if you're confused just as much... Thank you.