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  Recommended and minimum 4k speed for an USB Windows to Go
Posted by: KaoDome - 06-28-2018, 07:40 AM - Forum: WinToUSB (Best Windows To Go Creator) - Replies (1)

Hi! This is my first post and I made my due diligence searching the forums but I couldn't find anything related so I'd like to ask for your wisdom.

There's a post made as a resource posted from roughly a year ago ( https://www.easyuefi.com/wintousb/resour...acted.html ) talking about how 4k sector read/write speeds are quite important when choosing a USB memory stick to be used as a Windows to Go installation. But there's no mention as to what would be considered a good speed (going outside the certified devices route here...).

For example, I found one that had a decent sequential performance (in the 200 MB/s range) but its 4k speeds were barely 0.1-0.2 MB/s.

So my question is what would be good enough and what would be preferable or desirable?

I could always go the SSD way, but if possible and with a constraint budget I'd rather have a small footprint device I could carry with me all day.

Thanks anyway for your time and for reading me.

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  Is WinToUsb appropriate to build Windows 10 on external drive before installing in PC
Posted by: dpluigi - 06-24-2018, 02:12 PM - Forum: WinToUSB (Best Windows To Go Creator) - Replies (7)

Hi,

I bought a 2TB SHDD to replace my 500MG SSD with is running out of space. My plan is to do a fresh install of Windows 10 64bit and all my programs and then move all my user data over on the new drive mounted externally... when all is done I would then swap the old drive with the new install. This would minimize the downtime and make sure I have a light and clean initial system on this new drive ready before installing it.

Is WinToUsb appropriate to build Windows 10 on my external drive before installing it in PC? Would the old drive be bootable to once it is installed on the same external usb3 enclosure in case I need to run program there later?

If there cons to doing this, I would then use my usual approach, bootable WIndows10 instal thumb drive (using Rufus) and install new drive in the laptop and apply a clean install to it. Carry with the same as above.

Thank you,
Donat

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  Upgrading Windows 10 build
Posted by: oshihari - 06-14-2018, 10:21 PM - Forum: WinToUSB (Best Windows To Go Creator) - Replies (1)

Hi everyone:

Recently I used WintoUSB 2.0 beta to install Windows 10 Tech Preview build 9841, the process is pretty smooth.

My question right now is: does the stable 2.0 release support upgrading builds right within the external drive without going through the entire process within WintoUSB again? Like either trick Windows into think my external drive is an HDD, or actually make the external drive emulate the environment of HDD.

I wanted to upgrade to build 9926 because the UI is just too beautiful to ignore. I'm gonna wipe my current install of build 9841 and download the latest version of WintoUSB just to install build 9926.

Currently, if Windows asked to upgrade my build, and I choose it to do so, it will pop up a message saying "Windows Technical Preview cannot be installed in a flash drive."

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  Bitlocker with Wintousb and in-use TPM chip
Posted by: spenol - 06-12-2018, 08:47 PM - Forum: WinToUSB (Best Windows To Go Creator) - Replies (1)

Hi all,

I have a laptop that I want to run a second version of Windows off a USB on occasions. However the laptop is already used with BitLocker - hence the TPM chip will be used to store the startup key for the main installation.

Can I also use bitlocker on the Wintousb Windows installation, and if so is it likely to reset the TPM configuration and thus cause problems for the main installation?

I note that Windows To Go doesn't use the TPM chip for this very reason, but I'm not sure if Winto usb will also work in the same way and thus could cause a problem for the main installation.

Thanks for any help.

Oliver.

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  Disk read error
Posted by: SkillPiller - 06-10-2018, 06:15 AM - Forum: WinToUSB (Best Windows To Go Creator) - Replies (3)

Windows 8.1 pro on a WD elements 25a2 500gb External HDD. Everytime i boot from the hdd it gives me a disk read error. Ctrl + alt + Del to restart.
Its an MBR
If anyone knows how to fix this please help.

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Exclamation Clone Error "Failed to run system API.(0x0005001500F90000)"
Posted by: SgtBreadStick - 06-01-2018, 02:30 AM - Forum: WinToUSB (Best Windows To Go Creator) - Replies (3)

Hello,
I'm trying to clone my Windows 10 hard drive to my external usb hard drive (both are GPT) .
I have correctly formatted the EFI Partition and NTFS Partition (EFI & Boot).
I have not used sector by sector clone as my Source HDD is 3TB while USB HDD is 1TB.

Every time i tried i just keep getting the same error after it reaches 55%, i tried reformatting the Partitions and still no success.
This error keeps coming up: "Failed to run system API.(0x0005001500F90000)".

Do you know how to fix this problem? I also have images to the screens.
I am using WinToUSB Free too.

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Thanks.

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  Windows 10 - slow working, SanDisk 128GB 3.0 150mb/s
Posted by: Anunaki - 05-30-2018, 03:39 PM - Forum: WinToUSB (Best Windows To Go Creator) - Replies (10)

I set WIndows 10 on my SanDisk UltraFit 128gb Pendrive (3.0 150mb / s) with WinToUSB.

Unfortunately, somehow everything works slowly, it's impossible to work.

Does anyone have an idea why? Install something? Any drivers? Benchmarks?

In the net I read that with a fast not obsolete USB stick in the USB version should work with sufficient speed for normal use. (my pendrive seems to be okey for something like that)

 

I do not know how to go about it ... any ideas how to start with it?

my laptop is Dell Inspiron 3721

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  Failed to extract file from the WIM file
Posted by: Bernard1 - 05-26-2018, 08:31 PM - Forum: WinToUSB (Best Windows To Go Creator) - Replies (3)

What can I do if I have this issue : "Failed to extract file from the WIM file . Please temporarily deactivate your anti-virus software , and try again 0x000000F009590046 " . I installing the windows by WinToUsb app on a new SSD Drive .. the app is installind up to 36% than appear the Issue wroted uper and automatecally is ejecting the SSD drive !

I have no any anti-virus installed >> even Windows defender I deactivate >>> Same issue apear !
How to solve this issue ?? What shoud I add or change ?



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  Running From Extreme 64GB Has Changed Windows On Local Drive
Posted by: shurimano - 05-11-2018, 12:31 PM - Forum: WinToUSB (Best Windows To Go Creator) - Replies (1)

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.

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  error 0x0079000200F90000 cloning Windows 10
Posted by: Guna - 05-06-2018, 11:16 PM - Forum: WinToUSB (Best Windows To Go Creator) - Replies (1)

Hi there,

After all of cloning process, that took a lot of time, the process failed with an error 0x0079000200F90000 message (see attatchment). I was trying to clone a 1TB hdd with 482GB used to another 1 TB hdd, with 1GB Fat32 system partition and the remaining as boot partition NTFS.

Thanks for any help



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