If you have problems to Install Windows 10 on External Hard Drive, then you can read this steps to install it.
Steps to Install Windows 10 on a New Hard Drive
Installing Windows 10 to a new drive may be different from a factory reset of Windows 10 or reinstalling Windows 10 on an existing drive. Follow our guides for more help with this process.
- Buy Windows 10
Today you’ll not upgrade to 10 free of charge, so buying Windows 10 should be your first move. In fact, you’re buying is a license key to activate Windows 10. Without a license key, you can download and use Windows 10 only for 30 days. Except for permanent access, a license is required.
- Create Windows 10 Installation Media
Traditionally, users download the ISO files of Windows 10, burn them to DVD via third-party software, then install Windows 10 from DVD. Now things get much easier. Microsoft offers a user-friendly Microsoft Media Creation Tool to assist you in getting the installation media-ready.
- Install Windows 10 on SSD/HDD
With Windows 10 installation media, install Windows 10 on SSD. Windows will then start the installation process. The installation is automatic, but keep an eye on it and answer any questions you’re asked.
- Sign-in to Windows 10
Once the installer has done its job, Windows 10 will boot, get available updates, ask you a couple of questions, sign in with your Microsoft account, and find everything ready.