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  No Internet Connection
Posted by: mswal2846 - 04-28-2015, 12:51 AM - Forum: WinToUSB - Replies (3)

Hi All!

So I was successful in building and booting up Windows 8.1 from a USB on my Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro. I am currently running Fedora 21 on my machine and it works very well, however, I wanted to upgrade my BIOS and can't from my Linux system. So I thought that WintoUSB would be the perfect solution. I would boot up Windows and be able to apply the BIOS update.

The problem is that after Windows boot up, it's not recognizing my systems Wireless hardware and, therefore, I have no connectivity. I was expecting that when the system booted, it would recognize my systems hardware. As far as can tell, it does for everything but the Wireless (and there's no ability to connect via wire on this system).

Any suggestions?

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  Difference between Legacy mode and VHD mode
Posted by: Albert1007 - 04-22-2015, 04:29 AM - Forum: WinToUSB - Replies (2)

Hi, i want to install Windows 10 Build 10041 using WinToUsb on my external HDD. Is it compatible with Legacy mode? And will the perfomance be lower if i use VHD mode? Thanks
Also, is there any trick to delete the 127 Gb of the VHD??

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  Error - Cloning Win7 Pro, 32 bit to WD MyPassport Drive
Posted by: rfronek - 04-10-2015, 02:50 AM - Forum: WinToUSB - Replies (2)

WinUSB Support,

I am using the WinToUSB (2.0, January 2015 Build) version that supports cloning a hard drive to an external USB drive.

Here is my configuration
External USB Drive; WD MyPassport Ultra 0830. Formatted NTFS
Source Computer;
• DELL Latitude E5540
• Windows 7 Professional, 32 bit

During the setup phase of WinToUSB I select the following options;
• Hard Drive; it displays the correct operating system and hard drive characteristics
• Destination Drive; Disk1: WD MyPassport 0830

After the application re-boots and executes the WinToUSB program it issues a dialog (Cloning,…please wait…)
However, I immediately get an error message; Specified disk not found. (0x0005003501220000)

NOTE:  if the USB drive does not have a volume on it; I get an error in the configuration setup (above). Setting a volume on the external drive gets me past that.

I was able to successfully clone a hard drive to the same model of USB drive on a DELL Latitude 6420.

When it mentions “specified” drive; is that the source or the destination drive?

Any ideas on what might be going on?  

Thanks,

Rich

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  Windows 10 Build 10041
Posted by: Albert1007 - 04-07-2015, 05:11 PM - Forum: WinToUSB - Replies (6)

Hi, does anyone know if the new build of Windows 10 works with WinToUsb, using legacy mode or VHD mode?
Thanks

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  Windows 7 professional VHD
Posted by: Pietia - 04-04-2015, 09:57 AM - Forum: WinToUSB - Replies (2)

Hi I'm using latest Beta and the option to use windows 7 professional as VHD option is grey out I can only use windows 7 enterprise for VHD for which I don't have a valid license key.
Any way to use professional version with VHD on?

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  Beta 2.1 file supposedly infected by virus
Posted by: fizinuss - 04-04-2015, 01:23 AM - Forum: WinToUSB - No Replies

[Image: adSpy.JPG]
anyone else getting this with another virus scanner?

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  cannot find bootable image(0x000000C400250000)
Posted by: happy191 - 04-01-2015, 07:28 AM - Forum: WinToUSB - Replies (1)

facing error "cannot find bootable image(0x000000C400250000)"

using Microsoft Windows XP Professional.iso with latest wintousb 2.1.
also tried win7 cd and iso.
ended up same.


please help.


user log:




2015-04-01 02:51:34 T:0000A25C WinToUSB Version:2.1.1.0
2015-04-01 02:51:34 T:0000A25C .\main.cpp main 128 Start...
2015-04-01 02:51:34 T:0000A25C .\SelSourcePage.cpp 468 ====================ALL Disks:====================
2015-04-01 02:51:34 T:0000A25C .\DiskIOWin32.cpp 269 nRet=0x007A0015010C0000
2015-04-01 02:51:34 T:0000A25C .\DiskIOWin32.cpp 269 nRet=0x007A0015010C0000
2015-04-01 02:51:34 T:0000A25C .\DiskIOWin32.cpp 61 nRet=0x00020066003C0000 \\.\PhysicalDrive3
2015-04-01 02:51:34 T:0000A25C .\DiskTypeWin32.cpp 47 nRet=0x00020066003C0000 \\.\PhysicalDrive3
2015-04-01 02:51:34 T:0000A25C .\DiskIOWin32.cpp 61 nRet=0x00020066003C0000 \\.\PhysicalDrive4
2015-04-01 02:51:34 T:0000A25C .\DiskTypeWin32.cpp 47 nRet=0x00020066003C0000 \\.\PhysicalDrive4
2015-04-01 02:51:34 T:0000A25C .\DiskIOWin32.cpp 61 nRet=0x00020066003C0000 \\.\PhysicalDrive5
2015-04-01 02:51:34 T:0000A25C .\DiskTypeWin32.cpp 47 nRet=0x00020066003C0000 \\.\PhysicalDrive5
2015-04-01 02:51:34 T:0000A25C .\DiskIOWin32.cpp 61 nRet=0x00020066003C0000 \\.\PhysicalDrive6
2015-04-01 02:51:34 T:0000A25C .\DiskTypeWin32.cpp 47 nRet=0x00020066003C0000 \\.\PhysicalDrive6
2015-04-01 02:51:34 T:0000A25C .\DiskIOWin32.cpp 61 nRet=0x00020066003C0000 \\.\PhysicalDrive7
2015-04-01 02:51:34 T:0000A25C .\DiskTypeWin32.cpp 47 nRet=0x00020066003C0000 \\.\PhysicalDrive7
2015-04-01 02:51:34 T:0000A25C .\DiskIOWin32.cpp 61 nRet=0x00020066003C0000 \\.\PhysicalDrive8
2015-04-01 02:51:34 T:0000A25C .\DiskTypeWin32.cpp 47 nRet=0x00020066003C0000 \\.\PhysicalDrive8
2015-04-01 02:51:34 T:0000A25C .\DiskIOWin32.cpp 61 nRet=0x00020066003C0000 \\.\PhysicalDrive9
2015-04-01 02:51:34 T:0000A25C .\DiskTypeWin32.cpp 47 nRet=0x00020066003C0000 \\.\PhysicalDrive9
2015-04-01 02:51:34 T:0000A25C .\DiskIOWin32.cpp 61 nRet=0x00020066003C0000 \\.\PhysicalDrive10
2015-04-01 02:51:34 T:0000A25C .\DiskTypeWin32.cpp 47 nRet=0x00020066003C0000 \\.\PhysicalDrive10
2015-04-01 02:51:34 T:0000A25C .\DiskIOWin32.cpp 61 nRet=0x00020066003C0000 \\.\PhysicalDrive11
2015-04-01 02:51:34 T:0000A25C .\DiskTypeWin32.cpp 47 nRet=0x00020066003C0000 \\.\PhysicalDrive11
2015-04-01 02:51:34 T:0000A25C .\DiskIOWin32.cpp 61 nRet=0x00020066003C0000 \\.\PhysicalDrive12
2015-04-01 02:51:34 T:0000A25C .\DiskTypeWin32.cpp 47 nRet=0x00020066003C0000 \\.\PhysicalDrive12
2015-04-01 02:51:34 T:0000A25C .\DiskIOWin32.cpp 61 nRet=0x00020066003C0000 \\.\PhysicalDrive13
2015-04-01 02:51:34 T:0000A25C .\DiskTypeWin32.cpp 47 nRet=0x00020066003C0000 \\.\PhysicalDrive13
2015-04-01 02:51:34 T:0000A25C .\DiskIOWin32.cpp 61 nRet=0x00020066003C0000 \\.\PhysicalDrive14
2015-04-01 02:51:35 T:0000A25C .\DiskTypeWin32.cpp 47 nRet=0x00020066003C0000 \\.\PhysicalDrive14
2015-04-01 02:51:35 T:0000A25C .\DiskIOWin32.cpp 61 nRet=0x00020066003C0000 \\.\PhysicalDrive15
2015-04-01 02:51:35 T:0000A25C .\DiskTypeWin32.cpp 47 nRet=0x00020066003C0000 \\.\PhysicalDrive15
2015-04-01 02:51:35 T:0000A25C .\SelSourcePage.cpp 399 DiskNumber:0 DiskType:3 CHS:14593*255*63 SectorSize:512 Sectors:234436545 Readonly:0 Removable:0 USB:0
2015-04-01 02:51:35 T:0000A25C .\SelSourcePage.cpp 399 DiskNumber:1 DiskType:3 CHS:241*255*63 SectorSize:512 Sectors:3871665 Readonly:0 Removable:1 USB:1
2015-04-01 02:51:35 T:0000A25C .\SelSourcePage.cpp 399 DiskNumber:2 DiskType:3 CHS:992*255*63 SectorSize:512 Sectors:15936480 Readonly:0 Removable:1 USB:1
2015-04-01 02:51:35 T:0000A25C .\SelSourcePage.cpp 481 ====================USB Disks:====================
2015-04-01 02:51:35 T:0000A25C .\SelSourcePage.cpp 494 DiskNumber:0 DiskType:3 CHS:14593*255*63 SectorSize:512 Sectors:234436545 Readonly:0 Removable:0 USB:0
2015-04-01 02:51:35 T:0000A25C .\SelSourcePage.cpp 494 DiskNumber:1 DiskType:3 CHS:241*255*63 SectorSize:512 Sectors:3871665 Readonly:0 Removable:1 USB:1
2015-04-01 02:51:35 T:0000A25C .\SelSourcePage.cpp 494 DiskNumber:2 DiskType:3 CHS:992*255*63 SectorSize:512 Sectors:15936480 Readonly:0 Removable:1 USB:1
2015-04-01 02:51:35 T:0000A25C .\GetSystemVolume.cpp 404 nRet=0x0000000E01930000
2015-04-01 02:51:35 T:0000A25C .\GetSystemVolume.cpp 214 nRet=0x0000000E01930000
2015-04-01 02:51:35 T:0000A25C .\GetSystemVolume.cpp 136 nRet=0x0000000E01930000
2015-04-01 02:51:35 T:0000A25C .\SystemPartitionInfo.cpp 92 nRet=0x0000000E01930000
2015-04-01 02:51:35 T:0000A25C .\SystemPartitionInfo.cpp 39 nRet=0x0000000E01930000
2015-04-01 02:51:35 T:0000A25C .\DosDevice.cpp 85 nRet=0x0000000600540000
2015-04-01 02:51:35 T:0000A25C .\SelSourcePage.cpp 1682 nRet=0x0000000E01930000
2015-04-01 02:51:35 T:0000A25C .\SelSourcePage.cpp 622 nRet=0x0000000E01930000
2015-04-01 02:51:35 T:0000A25C .\SelSourcePage.cpp 740 nRet=0x0000000E01930000
2015-04-01 02:51:35 T:0000A25C .\SelSourcePage.cpp 243 nRet=0x0000000E01930000
2015-04-01 02:53:06 T:0000A4E0 .\NetUpdateDlg.cpp 305 nRet=0x000500E001300000
2015-04-01 02:56:08 T:0000A25C .\FileIOISO.cpp 130 nRet=0x0000007000810000
2015-04-01 02:56:08 T:0000A25C .\IsoFileExist.cpp 32 Warning nRet=0x0000007000810000
2015-04-01 02:56:08 T:0000A25C .\FileIOISO.cpp 130 nRet=0x0000007000810000
2015-04-01 02:56:08 T:0000A25C .\IsoFileExist.cpp 32 Warning nRet=0x0000007000810000
2015-04-01 02:56:08 T:0000A25C .\FileIOISO.cpp 130 nRet=0x0000007000810000
2015-04-01 02:56:08 T:0000A25C .\IsoFileExist.cpp 32 Warning nRet=0x0000007000810000
2015-04-01 02:56:08 T:0000A25C .\FileIOISO.cpp 130 nRet=0x0000007000810000
2015-04-01 02:56:08 T:0000A25C .\IsoFileExist.cpp 32 Warning nRet=0x0000007000810000
2015-04-01 02:56:08 T:0000A25C .\FileIOISO.cpp 130 nRet=0x0000007000810000
2015-04-01 02:56:08 T:0000A25C .\IsoFileExist.cpp 32 Warning nRet=0x0000007000810000
2015-04-01 02:56:08 T:0000A25C .\FileIOISO.cpp 130 nRet=0x0000007000810000
2015-04-01 02:56:08 T:0000A25C .\IsoFileExist.cpp 32 Warning nRet=0x0000007000810000
2015-04-01 02:56:08 T:0000A25C .\InstallSourceInfo.cpp 190 nRet=0x000000C400BD0000
2015-04-01 02:56:08 T:0000A25C .\InstallSourceInfo.cpp 229 nRet=0x000000C400BD0000
2015-04-01 02:56:08 T:0000A25C .\InstallSourceInfo.cpp 290 nRet=0x000000C400BD0000
2015-04-01 02:56:08 T:0000A25C .\SelSourcePage.cpp 1383 nRet=0x000000C400BD0000

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  Win2USB fails to continue after reboot
Posted by: nfraser - 03-31-2015, 08:14 AM - Forum: WinToUSB - Replies (8)

Hi

I'm trying to get Win2USB to clone my existing Windows 8.1 installation to a USB drive. The process starts well, with Win2USB detecting my existing installation and the partitions I have created on the external USB drive. However when it prompts to reboot, it does but nothing then happens apart from a normal Windows boot. I presume something is supposed to happen in the meantime?

I have tried version 2.0 and 2.1 Beta with the same result.

Any ideas?

Thanks

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  Is the SanDisk Extreme CZ80 USB 3.0 Flash Drive usable with newer VHD method?
Posted by: steje - 03-27-2015, 07:01 AM - Forum: WinToUSB - Replies (1)

Just wondering - but is the recommended "SanDisk Extreme CZ80 USB 3.0 Flash Drive" usable for the newer VHD based method?

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  Screen resolution
Posted by: Albert1007 - 03-26-2015, 06:28 PM - Forum: WinToUSB - Replies (1)

Hi, i've succesfully made a windows to go workspace on my lacie porsche slim drive 500GB, but i have a problem
The screen resolution is of 1600x900, on a screen that has a resolution of 1920x1080. I have tried to autoadjust the resolution, edit the registry... But nothing works
Any idea of how to fix it?
Thanks

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