You can try, then observe hdd activity led or if you have no led just listen with your ear on the laptop.
But if you say the first time without iKBL modification you got "system is checking performance" after reboot, then you should try that again and leave the installation alone for 30-60 mins, maybe it boots. That you get that checking for performance screen is very good, it means the windows uses the intel video driver accordingly, otherwise you'd get black screen and no reboot at all. This is how for me it was until I figured out the certificate part, I would not get any reboot, the fan speed would only get high and stay like this, I left it for a night. Then afterwards I figured the certificate part and then I got reboot and waited and waited, then the performance check and still waited and at last I got the OOBE part with choosing username, time, updates etc.
Can you look on the back of your laptop on the sticker to tell me the exact serial number of the laptop?
And one more thing: boot mini win10,go to device manager and tell me the exact names of the hdds and ssds you have there. I think you may have nvme ssd instead of sata as I do, therefore you'll need to slipstream 2 updates and the exact nvme driver for your ssd.
Edited by bloodhand, 4 weeks ago.