Something went wrong OOBEKEYBOARD OOBEREGION in Windows 10 (And How to Fix Them)
There is a good chance that you will encounter any of the following errors while installing Windows 10 on your PC: Something went wrong OOBEKEYBOARD, OOBELOCAL, OOBEREGION, etc.
This happened to me in VirtualBox. These errors are caused by the Out-of-Box Experience setup wizard (OOBE), which customizes your Windows 10 experience. If you get these errors, there are a couple of things you could do to fix them. You can click Try again or Skip button. If that is not working, power off and restart your PC.
If none of the previous solutions have worked for you, you need to open windows CMD and then activate the built-in administrator account to create a new local user to skip the OOBE process.
First, when you landed on one of the OOBE errors (For example OOBEKEYBOARD, OOBEREGION, etc.), Press SHIFT Key + F10 key combination on your keyboard to open the command prompt.
Then, execute the following sets of commands one by one (replace user_name with the actual name of the user you want to create and mypassword with your user password):
net user Administrator /active:yes net user /add user_name mypassword net localgroup administrators user_name /add cd %windir%\system32\oobe msoobe.exe
After that, Power-Off your computer by holding down the power button for a few seconds and then power on again (If this is a virtual machine running on VirtualBox, Right-click on the VM, go to Close, and select Power Off).
Now the setup will continue and you will be automatically signed-in to the Administrator account. (If you encounter any of the previous errors again, Power-Off and restart your PC whenever you land on one of the OOBE errors).
Sign out from the Administrator and sign in to the local user that you created in step two.
After everything is done, don't forget to Disable the Admin Account.