Welcome, Guest
You have to register before you can post on our site.



Search Forums

(Advanced Search)

Forum Statistics
» Members: 2,801
» Latest member: patriquepagano
» Forum threads: 288
» Forum posts: 1,366

Full Statistics

Online Users
There are currently 16 online users.
» 0 Member(s) | 16 Guest(s)

Latest Threads
USB functionality during ...
Forum: WinToUSB
Last Post: Zppianer
Today, 12:07 AM
» Replies: 10
» Views: 516
WintoUSB does not work at...
Forum: WinToUSB
Last Post: admin
Yesterday, 09:47 PM
» Replies: 5
» Views: 59
Inaccessible Boot Device ...
Forum: WinToUSB
Last Post: admin
10-26-2016, 09:21 PM
» Replies: 1
» Views: 24
Sandisk Extreme USB stick...
Forum: WinToUSB
Last Post: hallergard
10-26-2016, 03:48 AM
» Replies: 13
» Views: 9,631
Error Message
Forum: Windows To Go Upgrader
Last Post: admin
10-26-2016, 12:25 AM
» Replies: 1
» Views: 33
Windows 10 USB3_DRIVER er...
Forum: WinToUSB
Last Post: Tayles
10-24-2016, 10:04 PM
» Replies: 2
» Views: 52
I cannot select the syste...
Forum: WinToUSB
Last Post: admin
10-18-2016, 09:24 PM
» Replies: 1
» Views: 58
Hardware question.
Forum: WinToUSB
Last Post: UserPerson
10-13-2016, 09:18 AM
» Replies: 2
» Views: 67
Unallocated space in WinT...
Forum: WinToUSB
Last Post: admin
10-08-2016, 10:17 PM
» Replies: 6
» Views: 104
Enable hidden boot entry
Forum: EasyUEFI
Last Post: admin
10-06-2016, 07:10 PM
» Replies: 3
» Views: 677

  error cloning windows 7 starter
Posted by: feeldumb - 04-19-2016, 12:30 AM - Forum: WinToUSB - Replies (18)

When I tried to use WinToUSB version 2.9 build apr 6, 2016 to clone my windows 7 starter laptop to a new 32GB USB I get this error:

Disk or partition space is insufficient.(0x000000C2091E0000)

When I say clone, it shows:
Name: Microsoft Windows 7 Starter (x86)
Version: 6.1.7601 Service pack 1 build 7601
System Partition: C:, NTFS, Used 25.02GB, Capacity 80.0 GB
Boot Partition: C:, NTFS, Used 25.02GB, Capacity 80.0 GB
Bios Mode: Legacy BIOS

hit next, get select destination disk
Disk1: JetflashTranscend32GB

Which it formats just fine

Then I get select system and boot partition.
It shows
Disk 1 WinToUSB (FSmile
29.42G 29.41G

for both.

I wondered if those were the sizes, but when I removed software from my system to make my boot disk smaller, it showed no change. My C drive now shows 25GB used, which is a lot smaller that the first time I tried this.
But still same error.


When I try this with my 8GB USB drive, it just says insufficient space, without formatting my USB.

It did create a system from the windows 7 starter iso file I have, but when I boot from that, the screen resolution is not adjustable, it cannot find my wifi (so no net), and none of the troubleshooters appear to work.

I have pared my system disk down to 25GB used.

I wish WinToUSB would tell me how big a USB I need. More useful than just what you got is not enough.

Help, please!

Print this item

  Windows 10 Could not complete the installation
Posted by: imanc - 04-18-2016, 05:24 PM - Forum: WinToUSB - Replies (2)

I'm a ne forum user, hello everyone.
I used the software wintousb to prepare a 32gb usb flash drive with Windows 10 (VHDX mode), all goes well on the first boot until the first wizard of choosing date, time and other options: a message error appear saying "Windows could not complete the installation" and reboots.

If I use a normal HDD I don't have this error.
Can you help me?

Thank you,

Print this item

  Windows 10 asks for login password after clean install?
Posted by: Fiksdal - 04-11-2016, 08:34 PM - Forum: WinToUSB - Replies (2)


Using a friends laptop, I tried to create a bootable Windows 10 Pro, 64-bit USB drive.

Installation went ahead as usual, but after booting from the drive, and going through some of the normal setup stuff, Windows asked for a login password. There was already a user account. At no point did I set such a password. What causes this, and how can I get around it?

It should be noted that the laptop itself already had that that exact same version of Windows 10, installed internally. But there was no password set on the internal installation.

I also tried to boot a WinToUSB disk I had previously created on another computer, one with Windows 8 on it, and that one booted perfectly here.

Has anybody seen this problem before? Does anybody know how to get around it?

Print this item

  Use WinToUSB from USB Windows?
Posted by: Fiksdal - 04-11-2016, 03:26 PM - Forum: WinToUSB - Replies (8)


My only Windows system is a WinToUSB, and I'm trying to create another bootable USB from this system. I'm creating it from an ISO file.

When I try to install, I get this error message: Failed to run system API.(0x00130015011F4000)

Installing to the same USB, with the same ISO, and the same version of the program has worked fine in the past when using a computer in which Windows is running from the internal HDD.

Why is this happening? Is it not possible to create another bootable USB when you are already booting from a WinToUSB created disk?

I've also tried cloning the current system, but that didn't work either.

Print this item

  Why was it uselessly slow from a USB 3 flash drive?
Posted by: Fiksdal - 04-11-2016, 01:58 AM - Forum: WinToUSB - Replies (7)

I've tried using WinToUSB on both a 32 GB USB 3 flash drive and a really old 160 GB  mechanical (spinning) drive.

I've tested both, and the flash drive has much faster read/write speeds than the spinning drive. It can do like 130/60 MBps, while the spinning drive is more like 27/27.

Yet, when I tried to install Windows 10 on the flash drive, and booted from it, it was painfully slow. It froze all the time, and was basically useless.

Running from the (8 year old) mechanical drive, it works just fine! It's probably not at optimal speed, but it's just fine for my needs.

I remember getting a warning while installing to the flash drive, saying that it might not work very well on that drive. But why is that? Isn't read/write speed the most important thing? What limitations are there on the USB 3 flash drive that made running Windows from it not work? I mean, it's read/write speeds are so fast!

Print this item

  How can I access the internal HDD?
Posted by: Fiksdal - 04-11-2016, 01:51 AM - Forum: WinToUSB - Replies (3)


The internal HDD of the computer I'm booting WinToUSB drive on does not appear in Windows Explorer. How can I make it appear?

I'm running Windows 10 Pro, 64-bit. I just made a fresh installation using WinToUSB.

I remember it working before. But I was using Windows 8, 32-bit back then. It was the same computer.

What can I do to make the computer's internal HDD appear in Windows Explorer?

Print this item

  Free/Trial version complains Win 7 Pro is "Enterprise/Server"
Posted by: stokely - 04-04-2016, 12:47 PM - Forum: WinToUSB - Replies (3)

I'm a new user and want to try out the product. I might purchase a license in the future, but I can't get my first try to even start as the free/trial version is giving me the following message:

"The free/trial version doesn't support Windows Enterprise/Server operating systems.(0x0000010708AB0000)"

I'm just trying to install Windows 7 Pro.....is that supposed to be restricted in the free/trial version?

Am I doing something wrong?

Screenshot attached of page where I'm selecting the version to install: hitting the next button gives a dialog with the message above.

Thanks for any insight or tips to get it to work.

Attached Files Thumbnail(s)
Print this item

  kingstondatatraveler 3.0 error
Posted by: Marek - 04-03-2016, 05:20 AM - Forum: WinToUSB - Replies (1)

when i try to install windows 10 PRO on kingston data traveler G4 usb3.0 128gb i with drive partition and virtual space 14gb i get en error disk on partition space is insufficient: (0x000000c2094B0000) when i increase the virtual space 20gb click next the windows is at 0% and all of the USB ports disconnect and cannot be found.

Attached Files Thumbnail(s)
Print this item

  Failed to extract file from WIM file?
Posted by: an0nymity - 03-30-2016, 08:41 PM - Forum: WinToUSB - Replies (13)

Failed to extract file from WIM file using Win10 x64 ENT VL ISO to Kingston DT Workstation 64GB USB.

Attached Files
.txt   user.log.1.txt (Size: 7.41 KB / Downloads: 1)
.txt   user.log.2.txt (Size: 155.85 KB / Downloads: 1)
.txt   user.log.3.txt (Size: 97.63 KB / Downloads: 2)
Print this item

  Running from Extreme 64GB has changed windows on local drive
Posted by: usbear - 03-26-2016, 08:02 PM - Forum: WinToUSB - Replies (3)

This has happened to me twice now cloning Window 8.1 to Extreme usb 3.0 works 100%, however it seems when the space is getting low on the 64GB stick windows decides to use the paging file on the local internal drives & also changing the boot menu thinking it shouldboot from D drive & not  drive C.

Print this item