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  Another partition on the same USB
Posted by: hallergard - 11-30-2016, 11:36 PM - Forum: WinToUSB - Replies (6)

Hope I may ask one more question (not a problem). I have learnt that Windows can only recognize one partition on removable media. But WinToUSB can create 2 partitions.  When I shrunk my Windows 10 installation to create space for cloning a Linux Kubuntu partition onto the same flash drive, I was later able to mount Kubuntu from Windows 10, (see end of https://youtu.be/l9MFxbUI_9Q ) Pls explain!

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  Partition type 11 reported when it is type 7??
Posted by: hallergard - 11-30-2016, 06:53 PM - Forum: WinToUSB - Replies (3)

I am curious about why some of my older MBR tools report the main partition as type 11 (fat32) when it obviously is type 7 (ntfs) - see picture!  Or is it so that removable media has another set of partition types?  Are you using another formatting tool that a normal Windows format?  Please clarify!

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  Uninstall WinToUSB from Sandisk Ultra Flair
Posted by: dave2 - 11-22-2016, 06:46 AM - Forum: WinToUSB - Replies (3)

I installed WinToUSB very well on a 32GB flash drive. When I formatted it afterwards for other uses, it's letting me back only 28GB!

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  windows 10 virtualbox
Posted by: mylin - 11-13-2016, 07:49 AM - Forum: WinToUSB - Replies (4)

Hi everybody,

i bought a new laptop with w10 and quickly made a raw back up of the hard drive to install a debian base os. I previously did usb backup of w10 with wintousb in order to use it with virtualbox. The usb w10 works well when I boot it directly but bugs when I VBoxManage convertfromraw . Can somebody help me here?

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  Windows 10 on SanDisk Extreme USB 3.0
Posted by: hallergard - 11-03-2016, 06:07 PM - Forum: WinToUSB - Replies (2)

Video of my experience installing and running Windows 10 on SanDisk Extreme USB 3.0 using Legacy mode http://youtu.be/I0vVBC6ervg

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  Help! Can't get WintoUSB to work
Posted by: Tom654 - 10-31-2016, 08:02 AM - Forum: WinToUSB - Replies (3)

We created an ISO file and ran the WintoUSB tool to install Windows to a USB drive. After the installation was completed, we put the stick into the computer we wanted to boot and it came up with the Windows 10 installation program. How can I get it to install?

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  Boot Usb HDD turn on and turn OFF please help!!!
Posted by: patriquepagano - 10-30-2016, 12:17 AM - Forum: WinToUSB - Replies (1)

Hi for all!!! thanks to be here!!! sorry for my bad english!

I'm testing 5 diferent hdd cases and all have this problem!

When boot win8.1 or win10 the usb hdd turn on.. start read hdd and turn off.. some seconds.. turn on and start windows work ok

my problem is if all time I start or reboot windows at boot spin on and off is not safe for HDD lifetime!

I'm lost one hdd because install in one dvd caddy and all time my notebook start the DVD caddy turn on / off / on my hdd so destroy my harddisk

how to correct this?

please help I want comeback to use win to usb again.

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  Inaccessible Boot Device after Windows 10 Updates
Posted by: go4e-moh - 10-26-2016, 04:37 PM - Forum: WinToUSB - Replies (5)

I have been using Windows 7 to go for a long time from my external USB 3.0 HDD.
Some time ago I formatted and installed Windows 10 - nothing else has changed.
Windows 10 ran well and felt more performant than Windows 7.
After some automatic updates from Windows 10 I now always get the Error: INACCESSIBLE BOOT DEVICE when I try to boot from an USB 3.0 port.
USB 2.0 still works just fine.
I have always been using USB 3.0 and had really nice speed on the system - now with USB 2.0 it's quite slow.

Was anything patched in Windows 10, that makes USB 3.0 not working anymore?
Can this be fixed?

Thank you for your help!

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  WintoUSB does not work at all for me
Posted by: Zppianer - 10-25-2016, 11:00 PM - Forum: WinToUSB - Replies (5)

Hello specialists

Probably someone is here to help me. I'm writing from Germany.
I was very excited when I heard about WintoUSB. A tool which should solve my problem.
But I tried to do this with my HP Elitebook 820 Notebook without success.

My goal is to clone my existing installed Windows 7 Enterprise to a 128 GB USB Stick.
Everything seems to be working, but when the SW comes to cloning, I always get the error message " Specified disk not found " !!!
Diskpart does not recognize my USB Stick.
I searched in the Web and found, that there is a problem with USB 3 ports.
First question Why ??? Is WintoUSB not handling USB 3 correctly and why not ? Windows does. And the stick is recognized before cloning !!!
There was a solution to implement a USB 3 driver in the Windows PE, but when I followed the instruction steps, I always get the message, that I can't have access to the image !!! Even I started cmd as administrator !!! I also don't know what driver.
Why is WintoUSB so complicated ?

There's a second question. After WintoUSB formatted my USB stick I have the choice to chose the boot and the system partition on the USB Stick.
The information which shows up, is, that both partitions have the same capacity. That can't by right, can't it? Another issue?

I downloaded WintoUSB 3.2 and I know, that to clone Windows Enterprise I will need the Full version.
I really would like to buy it, if somebody could explain me how to clone my Windows to the USB Sticks in a way having no issues.
Otherwise it's wasting money.

I would appreciate, if someone could help me. It would be perfect, if I have my Win 7 on a Boot USB Stick

Regards from Germany


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  Windows 10 USB3_DRIVER error
Posted by: Tayles - 10-23-2016, 01:26 AM - Forum: WinToUSB - Replies (4)

I have installed Windows 10 on a Samsung T1 portable ssd using WinToUsb.  When I boot from the usb on certain computers I get a blue screen of death with the code BUGCODE_USB3_DRIVER.  Any ideas why?  On the same computers it boots fine (albeit slowly) on usb 2.  But on other computers it boots correctly on usb 3.0.

I have tried uefi and bios booting, and different versions of Windows 10, but no luck.  All the computers, both working and not, are Dell branded.  Drivers are up to date.  I've even tried making my Windows To Go install using a rival programme (Aomei), but the same error persists on the same machines.

So it seems the problem is hardware-based because it consistently works on some machines and consistently fails on others, but I would really like to know a solution to the problem.  Having a portable OS is not that useful when it only works on certain machines.

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