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  Can we make an ISO of two drives (D and E)
Posted by: doer - 01-31-2024, 11:31 AM - Forum: WinToUSB (Best Windows To Go Creator) - Replies (2)

I'd like to throw my actual Win7 Live USB content to Ventoy. But I would first have to create an ISO file of my Win7 Live USB. Can we make an ISO image of two drives (D and E) as we have in the Live USB structure? This is my question.

I know I could throw to Ventoy "plain" Win7 ISO. Plain - I mean, without my settings, personalization, and my content. It's just a fresh ISO. But then, installing third-party programs is time-consuming and a pain in the neck to make settings to my liking.

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  Just to create Win7 To Go through USB 3.x. Is it ok?
Posted by: doer - 01-31-2024, 04:02 AM - Forum: WinToUSB (Best Windows To Go Creator) - Replies (1)

I know that having Win7 Live on an external drive, we are not supposed to mess through port USB 3.x. 
But what about creating Win7 To Go through USB 3.x by WintoUSB? Can we use port USB 3.x just to create Win7 To Go, or still not? That way, it would be faster.

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  I get a problem
Posted by: Shousho1 - 01-23-2024, 07:00 PM - Forum: WinToUSB (Best Windows To Go Creator) - Replies (1)

When I try to select the legacy option it is greyed out and doesn't let me use it. I need to use it.

Thanks

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  I now want to have a WinToUSB clone made from the new PC.
Posted by: Alch1970 - 01-10-2024, 07:17 PM - Forum: WinToUSB (Best Windows To Go Creator) - Replies (1)

I bought a new PC and of course I now want to have a WinToUSB clone made from the new one. How do I transfer the license from the old PC to the new one? tiny fishing

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  How can convert to a portable drive
Posted by: Posely - 01-09-2024, 05:27 PM - Forum: WinToUSB (Best Windows To Go Creator) - Replies (1)

I have a laptop HDD but how can convert to a portable drive?

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Exclamation mbr for bios and UEFI question
Posted by: hokkaidojef - 10-29-2023, 01:59 PM - Forum: WinToUSB (Best Windows To Go Creator) - Replies (3)

Hi!

Well appreciated to understand what was created on my external drive after completion.

mbr for bios and UEFI:
I needed a copy of my drive (legacy Bios) because it is crashing at times
and 
a copy that can be installed in a new machine that I am still building with UEFI.

I am using the Win2USB Professional.

My source machine is an old Legacy Bios Toshiba laptop (2012). (477GB)

1. I choose my existing Windows64 10 pro (22H2) (SOURCE) to a WD 1 TB  external Drive (DESTINATION).
2. I choose mbr for bios and UEFI and ran it under the "Legacy" setting.
3. 5 hours later and all was created successfully.

two drives were created; that seem to exist within my external drive:
1. copy of my original source now labelled "F:" instead of "C:"
2. WINTOUSB labelled "G:"

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The Source and Source Copy are the same (C & F)
The folder inside WINTOUSB looks like this:

[Image: YRRpXA8.png]

my question is do i need to do anything other than have my external drive plugged in and set my bios to usb .....
and restart the machine to see if my old machine can boot ok in an emergency?

Thanks!
Jeff Smile

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  Windows To Go fails at 100%
Posted by: kooper - 07-26-2023, 12:32 PM - Forum: WinToUSB (Best Windows To Go Creator) - No Replies

When I use WinToUSB to try create a Windows To Go USB, it fails when it reaches 100%.
This only happens when I use VHD. When I use Legacy, it works fine. When I use VHDX, it fails with 'Failed to run system API' or something like that.

Images have been attached at the bottom. They may appear small, however when you click them they should be readable.
Also attached is the structure of the USB as seen in a partition manager (I used MiniTool Partition Wizard).
The error code is '0x00CE00630BCA002F'.



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  "You don't currently have permission to access this folder"
Posted by: lalala - 06-25-2023, 02:40 AM - Forum: WinToUSB (Best Windows To Go Creator) - No Replies

I've created a clone of my Win10 home edition on a 2tb Sandisk USB SSD protected by bitlocker.   Windows works as expected.  The problem is when I'm logged in I cannot view the drive WINTOUSB: (D), which is providing the functionality normally seen in C: and contains all the windows and user files.   When I click on the drive in Explorer I see the the message "You don't currently have permission to access this folder".  Is there any way to access this folder when logged in?  I can access it from other computers, just not when logged in to the bootable version.

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  WintoUSB is formatting long
Posted by: doer - 06-11-2023, 05:21 AM - Forum: WinToUSB (Best Windows To Go Creator) - Replies (5)

I am using an Axe Memory 500 GB flash drive and creating Win 11 Pro on it. Formatting lasts 45 minutes by now and WintoUSB still doing the same thing. What's wrong? Never have encountered that long-lasting formatting.
I chose a partition scheme MBR for BIOS and UEFI. The partition style of my C drive is GPT. Maybe this was my wrong decision?

EDIT: I can't believe it!!! It's been much over an hour now

Edit2: That's it! I can't stand this any longer  Angry Two hours have passed.

EDIT3: Sorry guys for leading you to confusion. That is something wrong with my computer. I hit the task manager and I saw 0% usage of CPU by WintoUSB. Apart from this, there's some different behavior of my PC I noticed.

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  A question about a Virtual Hard Disk Size in WintoUSB
Posted by: doer - 05-08-2023, 10:43 AM - Forum: WinToUSB (Best Windows To Go Creator) - Replies (1)

I'm going to make Win11 Pro WTG on an Axe Memory flash drive of 500 GB.
I see an option in WintoUSB like "Virtual Hard Disk Size". Do I need to modify the number which showed up in there or am I supposed to leave this as it is?
Another question. Maybe stupid one, maybe not. 500 GB is a big-capacity flash drive. So I wonder how WintoUSB is going to treat this external device. Therefore should I choose VHDX or maybe legacy installation mode?

Edit: Okay now. Disregard the second question guys. I can put an ISO file thru WintoUSB two times after all. In case when something wrong would have been with WTG then I'll choose another installation mode making WTG again. There's no big deal.

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