I was able to download a valid copy of Windows 10 Pro from Microsoft Licensing Service. I burnt it to a DVD and everything was confirmed good with the burn.
I then change my boot options on my PC to bood from the CD/DVD drive and going through the prompts I get the following message:
" Windows cannot be installed to this disk. The computer Hardware may not support booting to this disk. Ensure that the disk's controller is enabled in the computer BIOS menu"?
Important: the recovery drive or Windows installation DVD will only work if you are using the same operating system architecture on both ( Computer and USB/DVD ) (ex: 64-bit and 64-bit, or 32-bit and 32-bit).
1- Go to the Windows 10 Media Creation Tool from this link:
2- Click on Download tools now
3- Run the Tools as Administrator
4- Accept the license
5- Create Installation Media for another PC
6- Insert a decent flash drive to usb3 port, at least 8 GB.
7- Select USB flash drive.
8- Next and Hit OK.
Note: You need at least 8 GB free space on C: drive ( Windows Drive )
You will have to use either a 8 GB thumb drive or a dual layer DVD which has the 8.5Gb to make a bootable copy.
How to Install:
Restart your computer
go to Bios setup and change Boot Sequence to USB
Insert your USB in USB Port, Save and Exit setup.
During the boot process to initiate the Windows 10 install media. Proceed through the screens until you get to the part where it says "Install Now"