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  please delete
Posted by: rjn239 - 11-26-2015, 12:48 AM - Forum: WinToUSB - No Replies

problem solved.

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  Failed to extract file from WIM file?
Posted by: jasen - 11-16-2015, 11:34 AM - Forum: WinToUSB - Replies (17)

I'm getting this error when attempting to write to an SSD connected via USB. Same error no matter which iso file or install disk I use as a source (tried several different versions of Win7 and Win10). Previously, I had no problem installing to USB sticks and HDs, this is the first time I've tried an SSD, however I assumed it should work exactly the same. At first I thought there was a problem with the iso I was trying to use, but I've verified it does this with any image.

I'm running on Win7. Just mounted the SSD and formatted it NTFS via the management console. What does this error really mean? Is there some special handling required for SSDs?

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  Translate to portuguese (brazilian)
Posted by: fredericomaia - 11-15-2015, 06:48 AM - Forum: WinToUSB - Replies (1)

Would you like the translation to Brazilian Portuguese?

I do it and free.

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  Failed to run system API (0x00000015002E0000)
Posted by: LisaDoka - 11-15-2015, 02:39 AM - Forum: WinToUSB - Replies (1)

SO I am trying to get Windows 7 on my USB, and it gives me the error that is the name of the thread, this is the log
2015-11-14 10:13:42 T:00000E6C OS Name:Microsoft Windows XP Professional Version:5.1.2600 Service Pack 3 Build 2600 Bits:32
2015-11-14 10:13:42 T:00000E6C WinToUSB Version:
2015-11-14 10:13:42 T:00000E6C .\main.cpp main 139 Start...
2015-11-14 10:28:34 T:00000A58 .\SelSourcePage.cpp 2341 nRet=0x00000015002E0000
That's a lot of log right there

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  failed to run system api 0x0000001501060000
Posted by: xchoice - 11-14-2015, 10:16 AM - Forum: WinToUSB - Replies (4)

Failed to run system api 0x0000001501060000

Pentium e5300 3.5gb ram Win7 x64 installing windows 10 Pro N 1511 build10568,a.k.a Threshold 2 to an hdd attached through a usb ata/atapi bridge . This computer did well with the very same setup to install win8.1 on the very same hdd.

Also my amd a8-3850 running win8.1 with the same usb bridge and same hdd win10 proN did fail with the same error code (log is for the win7-pentiume5300 pc)

This is the usb adapter:
[Image: 179195pro.jpg]
Hard drive is an 80gb WD Caviar oldie.

2015-11-13 20:24:03 T:000009B4 OS Name:Microsoft Windows 7 Professional  Version:6.1.7601 Service Pack 1 Build 7601 Bits:64
2015-11-13 20:24:03 T:000009B4 WinToUSB Version:
2015-11-13 20:51:20 T:000009B4 .\main.cpp main 196 End...

I noted his on the log: <DISPLAYDESCRIPTION>Windows 10 Home N</DISPLAYDESCRIPTION></IMAGE></WIM>ÿ뾔꘷ᘶ€ࢮ
But im doing Pro N, not Home N. I saw that on the fly, so idk if affects something or not Smile

Im currently downloading the normal iso (non-N) to test, it will take some time 1mbps download T_T

EDIT: IM REALLY SORRY ABOUT THIS, I FORGOT TO UPDATE WINTOUSB on my oldie pentium, so the previous log is for 2.3 Release 2 build sep 7 2015 :SSSSSSSSSSS, but on the a8-3850 im running version 2.5, and got same error.

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  Failed to run system api. 0x0000001500950000
Posted by: fredericomaia - 11-13-2015, 07:27 AM - Forum: WinToUSB - Replies (2)

What's problem Failed to run system api. 0x0000001500950000
with windows 10 threshold 2
Wintousb 2.5

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  Multiboot loads iso image rather than menu
Posted by: mjannini696 - 11-13-2015, 04:49 AM - Forum: WinToUSB - Replies (1)

So im running windows 8.1 64 bit on an aspire v 11 touch. The EFI on this has caused me many problems to say the least...

So I install the following using Wintousb:
Windows 8.1 iso installer (efi installer)
ubuntu 14 64 bit iso (efi installer)
ubuntu 14 32 bit iso
Runtime recovery cd iso image

The installation runs fine, and in QEMU the grub menu comes up, and everything loads fine.
When I try to boot from a computer, it automatically loads the windows installer, rather than the grub menu...

I checked the configuration of the grldr and menu.lst and everything points to the right place. any ideas?

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  Possible to Boot from ExFAT USB Stick?
Posted by: hat37 - 11-13-2015, 12:32 AM - Forum: WinToUSB - Replies (3)


I want to use the recommende SanDisk Extreme USB stick to run Windows on both PC and Mac, while also using it as a regular USB stick for transferring data. After running the Win2USB software the stick is formatted to a single NTFS partition. This drive will boot Windows 10 perfectly from both Mac and PC but running OS X, I can't access the files on the stick. OS X can't edit NTFS drives by default, but should be able to read these.

Is it possible to use an ExFAT Partition to keep the VHD-File and boot off of it? Or maybe use multiple partitions, where the primary partition (with only a couple of megabytes) has the MBR on it to boot the VHD from the other ExFAT fortmatted partition?

Thank you in advance.

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Heart Cannot find image bootable with window Xp and have limit size with Win 7
Posted by: XLer01 - 10-31-2015, 10:41 PM - Forum: WinToUSB - Replies (1)

Pls help me i read some older topic but still cant fix it..

About limit size win7 ur later link at August alr not exist anymore..

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  Portable Version of WinToUSB
Posted by: Kernel - 10-30-2015, 05:14 PM - Forum: WinToUSB - Replies (3)

I daresay a large number of people who would be interested in using a portable version of Windows are those who do not own their own working Windows PC.
I'm one of them and am using a university library borrowed laptop which I don't have administrator privileges for.
It seems pretty counter intuitive to WinToUSB that you need to install it as a program (which requires an admin login) to use it.
So there should be a portable no install necessary version of WinToUSB on the website somewhere, right?
Where can I find it? Or could someone host a zip of the installed files?

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