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Prøvet å sette opp en ny datamaskin kjøpt fra komplett, men når jeg prøver å velge system språk får jeg følgende melding "Noe gikk galt, du kan prøve på nytt eller hoppe over nå OOBELANGUAGE". Hva i helvete betyr dette?

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Prøvet å sette opp en ny datamaskin kjøpt fra komplett, men når jeg prøver å velge system språk får jeg følgende melding "Noe gikk galt, du kan prøve på nytt eller hoppe over nå OOBELANGUAGE". Hva i helvete betyr dette?

Hørtes ut som et dårlig valg av språk

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Kommer du ikke videre, altså SKIP fungerer ikke?

Prøve dette da? 

https://www.tenforums.com/windows-insider/118225-insider-isos-cant-get-past-oobe-stage.html

 

 

 

One thing that you could try is Sysprep, it is pretty good in fixing OOBE.

When you come to region selection screen, press SHIFT + F10 to open Command Prompt and enter following command:

%windir%\System32\Sysprep\sysprep.exe /oobe /reboot

This clears current GUIDs and SIDs, restarts computer and runs OOBE again. Takes a minute or so.

I am not saying this resolves your issue, but it has done it for me quite often when OOBE for one or another reason cannot finish setting up Windows.

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Kom videre etter å ha valgt engelsk som språk, ville egentlig ha norsk. Fikk installert norsk etterpå, men jeg syns det er merkelig jeg ikke fikk velge det under oppsett. Hadde vært greit å vite hvorfor.

 

 

Kommer du ikke videre, altså SKIP fungerer ikke?

Prøve dette da?

https://www.tenforums.com/windows-insider/118225-insider-isos-cant-get-past-oobe-stage.html

 

 

 

One thing that you could try is Sysprep, it is pretty good in fixing OOBE.

 

When you come to region selection screen, press SHIFT + F10 to open Command Prompt and enter following command:

 

%windir%\System32\Sysprep\sysprep.exe /oobe /reboot

 

This clears current GUIDs and SIDs, restarts computer and runs OOBE again. Takes a minute or so.

 

I am not saying this resolves your issue, but it has done it for me quite often when OOBE for one or another reason cannot finish setting up Windows.

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