Posted October 19, 2018 08:12:38I am going to use an older version of Windows 10, so I will use a generic USB adapter.
You can buy one here: The adapter can be found for $14 on Amazon.
Here is the instructions for installing Windows 10 on a non-generic USB adapter:Open the Start Menu and navigate to Control Panel.
Select System and Security.
In the System Configuration window, click the Advanced tab.
Under Device Manager, click Device Manager.
Under Local Network, expand Network Connections and expand LAN.
Under Network Connectivity, expand USB.
In Device Manager’s list of USB devices, select the USB adapter and click Install.
Click OK to close the System Properties window.
In Windows 10 Anniversary Update, you can enable the device in Device Manager by navigating to Device Manager>Accessories and clicking the Advanced button.
You will see a message saying the device is installed, and it will take a few seconds to complete.
Once it has completed, click OK to exit Device Manager and the device will be automatically installed.
The next time you start Windows, the adapter will be installed automatically.
The adapter will start up automatically, but the process will take some time.
If you want to get rid of the adapter, you need to unplug it and plug it back in.
To do this, go to the USB hub of your computer and plug the adapter into the USB port on the computer.
Open the Start menu and navigate the to Control Center.
Select Task Manager.
Select Device Manager from the list.
Under Devices and Printers, click Disconnect from USB.
Close Task Manager and close your PC.
Now, you will need to restart your computer to enable the adapter again.
This should take less than 10 seconds.
Once the adapter is enabled, you should be able to run Windows 10.
You should see a dialog box saying that you have the adapter.
The dialog box will ask you to set up a user account, and enter a password.
Once you confirm, the dialog box should ask you if you want the adapter to be installed on the PC.
You don’t have to do this; it is an optional step.
Once you click Yes, you are ready to install the Windows 10 installer.
If you already have Windows 10 installed, you might have a problem.
It may have a number of installation options, and if the installer asks you to confirm that it installs the drivers for your hardware, it will probably ask you for the password.
To fix this, right-click on the desktop and select Properties.
In that dialog box, click Show advanced settings.
Under Hardware, click Plug and play.
If this dialog box doesn’t appear, it means the driver installation is still incomplete.
If the installer says it can install the drivers on your computer, select Yes.
Then click OK.
The Windows installer will start and a list of drivers will appear.
You have to click on each one to download and install them.
After you click OK, the installation will start.
If it doesn’t install the correct drivers, you have to reinstall them.
You might have to restart Windows for the install to complete and complete again.
Once the drivers are installed, it should be ready to start Windows.
The installation should take 10 to 15 minutes.
If the installation didn’t complete or the installation fails, restart your PC and try again.
If your computer still doesn’t start, try restarting it again.
If that doesn’t work, try the command line to start it.
Open the Windows Command Prompt, navigate to C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run.
Type the following command to start the Windows installation on the Acer Chromebook: cd C:\Windows\system32\cmd.exe /s /f /r /t /sC:\Users\YourUserName\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exeYou should see an icon next to Chrome in the Start screen.
The installation should be completed.
The Acer Chromebook should now be running Windows 10 without any issues.
If all else fails, you may have to manually disable the device or reinstall the drivers.
If your Chromebook doesn’t run Windows, you could try reinstalling the drivers in another computer or installing the drivers from the Google Chrome Web Store.