The XPS 13 doesn't have any USB 2.0 ports. It comes with two USB 3.0 ports, and one Thunderbolt 3 Type C. I don't have any older USB 2.0 drives. I'll grab one from the local Best Buy today and see if that makes a difference. I haven't touched the BIOS. Could there possibly be a setting in the BIOS that needs to be changed?
I'm reading about UEFI, secure boot, and fast boot. Wondering if any of that needs to be tinkered with?I think it couldn't hurt to turn off secure boot and fast boot. You can always enable them when your done. Made another Windows 10 installation drive, this time using a new USB 2.0. Turned off secure boot in the BIOS and tried both available USB ports on the laptop. Samsung Scx 3200 Driver Windows 10 more.
While installing Windows 10, we recently encountered a different kind of error about which we’ll talk in this post. Actually, during installation Windows 10, we came around following error message: A media driver your computer needs is missing. Windows 10 “media driver missing” on installation. Windows 10 install worked from usb using a sandisk adapter. Instalation Windows 10 Media driver is missing.
Same results...keeps asking me for the storage driver. When I get to the window that asks 'Which type of installation do you want?' I select Custom, and when it proceeds to the next page, 'Where do you want to install Windows?' , the message appears 'We couldn't find any drives.