Desktop PC: Asus A8N-SLI Deluxe (older motherboard but it has 8 SATA ports, two IDEs, and a floppy disk port) AMD 4000+ 4 x 512mb DDR 233mHz memory nVidia 9500 GT 1 x WD Raptor 74gb on SATA 1 2 x LD DVD drives on SATA 3&4 4 x Toshiba 2TB on SATA RAID 1-4 (Silicon Image RAID controller on the motherboard) 700w power supply I am trying to load Windows 10 x32. I had upgraded from Windows 7 Ultimate and was actually running W10. I just wanted to do a clean install. This will strictly be a video server for the home. I have tried loading Windows on an 8GB USB made from an ISO and the Media Creation Tool. I have tried burning a DVD from an ISO and the Media Creation Tool. Any and all attempts to boot from a USB or DVD result in a black screen. I have gone into the BIOS and tried every combination of boot order including all DVD drive, all USB drive, hard drive last, hard drive second, hard drive third. I have booted into the boot menu and selected the DVD (tried both drives), the USB, and anything else you might think of. I even pulled the hard drive and formatted it on another machine. Finally, in desperation, I unplugged the hard drive's SATA cable. Poof, the USB booted BUT with no place to load an OS I have to shut down. Running out of ideas. This box ran Windows 10 once. What on earth am I missing? I assume the boot is always defaulting to the blank hard drive, hence the blank screen.