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  Sandisk cruzer 16gb usb flash drive not working after using wintousb
Posted by: praveeng - 03-29-2020, 10:34 PM - Forum: WinToUSB (Best Windows To Go Creator) - Replies (1)

Actually, I have made a windows 7 bootable MBR-UEFI USB with the help of wintousb software but that bootable USB have not worked for my PC, so again with the help of wintousb software I tried to make Windows 7 bootable usb in MBR-BIOS but that operation was not completed as the pendrive automatically disconnects.

After that I've tried formatting, deleting volume and creating new volume from Create and format Hard disk partitions and also tried cleaning from CMD, but the same things happens like pendrive disconnects automatically and one message appears (screenshot attached). I am not worried about the data in it (cause it's the images of OS only), but I want to make this USB to work as usual. Please revert.



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  Windows 7 Install Reaches Boot Screen, Then Dies
Posted by: jfk52917 - 03-26-2020, 01:44 PM - Forum: WinToUSB (Best Windows To Go Creator) - Replies (7)

Hello everyone,

I recently created a Windows 7 bootable USB and was able to reach the boot screen, at which point the system would eventually show a strange red bar at the top of the screen, then crash. I unfortunately had the same experience when trying to boot to safe mode, and thus was unable to generate a log file. Has anyone else experienced this?

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  Same Make and Model USB Stick Not Recognised
Posted by: Medferrit - 03-15-2020, 12:20 AM - Forum: WinToUSB (Best Windows To Go Creator) - No Replies

Hi

I have created a WintoUSB Windows 10 OS on a Sandisk Cruzer Blade USB stick, and have a separate USB stick (same make and model) which I use for moving files from PC to PC.    However, when I put the USB stick I use for moving files in the PC with the WintoUSB OS, it does not get recognised.  I presume this is because the PC can't distinguish between the WintoUSB USB stick, from the other USB stick, as they are the same make and model -  despite them being two different USB sticks used for different purposes (hope that makes sense).  Does anyone know any way to fix this?

Regards

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  Internal disk to WintoGo not working
Posted by: onespeedbiker - 03-12-2020, 01:37 AM - Forum: WinToUSB (Best Windows To Go Creator) - Replies (3)

I am running Windows 7 on a Thinkpad x230. I am trying to create a Win to Go USB from the internal drive. I have removed the drive, placed it in an external enclosure, plugged in a 128 GB Sandisk Extreme Go USB and followed the directions under the Tools-> Windows to go Conversion. The drop down menu shows and allows me to pick the Sandisk USB and the Convert Local Disk to Windows radial button is chosen. I click Okay and a pop up windows says "This may take several minutes..." flashes for about a second and then another window opens saying the Operation was completed successfully, but USB is still blank. I tried this on a Dell computer running Windows 10 with the same result. Please advise.

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  Differences with install choices
Posted by: onespeedbiker - 03-08-2020, 05:24 PM - Forum: WinToUSB (Best Windows To Go Creator) - Replies (1)

I bought the professional version of WintoUSB and created a USB that runs Windows 10 using a Windows 10 ISO. It works great. What i would like to know is some information on the options. I tried three different Sandisk USBs and all were successful; an Ultra 3.0 256GB (100MBps), an Extreme Go 3.1 SDCZ800 64GB (150MBps) and Extreme Go 3.1 SDCZ880 128GB (380MBps). The all loaded with no issues, however the Sandisk Ultra 3.0 ran much slower and was not really a viable choice. I also settled on using the Extreme Go 3.1 SDCZ880 128GB (380MBps)

I created these with the same default setting of VHD mode, which creates a virtual hard drive. My question what would be the difference if I used legacy or VHDX? My other question is how would I clone the USB I am using so I can save the changes I have made?

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  Disk or partition space is insufficient (0x000200C20A360000)
Posted by: ebrody - 03-06-2020, 05:15 PM - Forum: WinToUSB (Best Windows To Go Creator) - Replies (1)

I'm getting this error right now while trying to install using the Professional v5.1 from an ISO onto a 250GB drive. The drive was partitioned into 249.90 GB and 100 MB partitions. I've tried all 3 installation modes.

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  Error Msg: "Free/Trial doesn't support Win10 Pro"
Posted by: G o r d - 02-17-2020, 02:16 AM - Forum: WinToUSB (Best Windows To Go Creator) - Replies (3)

Hello;
 I'm getting the error message that the free/trail version doesn't support Windows 10 Professional operating system...
    WinToUSB Error Message
This doesn't seem logical because your tutorials show Win 10 professional installation.
Is this some problem with the latest 5.1 build?
    WinToUSB Version Info

In case this helps, here is some basic info about my laptop (with Product ID and Username redacted).

    Win10 Pro Computer Info (FWIW: Only USB 2.0 ports but irrelevant because WinToUSB didn't get to that point.)

    Win10 Pro Version and Build #

I thought it might have something to do with the documented problems with the latest windows security patch/update KB4524244 so I removed that security patch and rebooted but still no change.

Thanks in advance

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  Stuck at 0%
Posted by: greg0422 - 02-07-2020, 06:52 AM - Forum: WinToUSB (Best Windows To Go Creator) - Replies (4)

Hi,

I am attempting to install Windows 10 Enterprise x64 on a 32GB Kingston Data Traveler.

The first time I tried this, the install completed. However I got a BSOD (PROCESS1 INITIALIZATION FAILED) when I tried to boot from this usb. For that attempt, I chose:
1. MBR for BIOS and UEFI
2. VHDX

The second time, I tried changing the settings to:
1. MBR
2. Legacy

However now the app just spins at 0% forever.

What settings do I need for this to work?

Thanks,

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  installing win10 usb
Posted by: openation - 02-04-2020, 01:25 PM - Forum: WinToUSB (Best Windows To Go Creator) - Replies (1)

Hello, I am trying to install win 10 on a usb 32gyg. It has one hour and fifteen minutes at 0% just keeps on turning.
can you please help me i would appreciated very much. Confused Confused

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  File System Check Error (0x0013003A00380000)
Posted by: Melfox - 12-30-2019, 06:11 AM - Forum: WinToUSB (Best Windows To Go Creator) - Replies (1)

Good afternoon. I am trying to install Windows 10 on an external Thunderbolt 3 drive utilizing WintoUSB Professional on a Windows 10 Macbook Pro Bootcamp partition. I have the partition working as well as it can and am attempting to clone the partition to the drive.

I can select the clone option, select the external drive, select the partition size, and get through the format step. However, on the next step I immediately get the error: "An error occurred during the file system check.(0x0013003A00380000)".

Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

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