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cannot boot into USB drive
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I created a USB bootable version of windows & using WintoUSB. The USB hard drive on which I created it has two partitions: the partition on which I installed the system, and a partition for storage.
I booted into the USB installed system successfully several times. But not suddenly I can no longer boot into it. I noticed for a time that partition was not automatically mounting for some reason, though I was able to find it in disk management. Now it is mounting, but I still can't boot from it.

When I try to boot from it I receive this message:

"The boot selection failed because a required device is inaccessible."

All my files are visible in the directory so I'm guessing the system is still there if I can just access it.

What is the fix for this? Thank you.
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Maybe there are errors on the partition, we suggest you use the CHKDSK to check and fix the errors first. You can refer to the link:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/8f7ffab9-a5e7-4de9-907a-0f172b5a6a4e.aspx
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