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install problems, the WinToUSB stuck at 95%
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(05-14-2020, 05:04 PM)Mydress84 Wrote: Same problem? Any idea?

Thank you for reporting this problem. Please send the user.log file to us (via e-mail at: support@easyuefi.com), the user.log file is located in the bin folder under the installation directory, and we will resolve it as soon as possible.

And please tell us which options you used to create portable Windows.
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(07-23-2020, 08:32 PM)Lonio Wrote:
(05-14-2020, 05:04 PM)Mydress84 Wrote: Same problem? Any idea?

I am actually having the same issue, don't know how to fix it. Later on today when I back at my Munich home I will send user.log to the mentioned email above. Lets hope that there is a solution.

Okay thank you.
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#13
Try an alternative to WinToUSB,such as Windows To Go Creator and Rufus.
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They are excellent alternative tools when WinToUSB is not working.
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#14
About the problem of stuck at 95%, this is usually caused by an anti-virus software, so please temporarily deactivate your anti-virus software or add WinToUSB to the list of allowed applications (may be called Trusted Applications/Whitelisted applications) of your anti-virus software and try again. And please make sure you are using the administrator account to run WinToUSB.

If it still fails, please send us the user.log file located in the bin folder under the installation directory (via e-mail at: support@easyuefi.com), and we will resolve it as soon as possible.
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#15
I have exactly the same problem and I sincerely hope that somebody will be able to help us.
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(02-06-2021, 01:16 AM)Emilio_Navarrete Wrote: I have exactly the same problem and I sincerely hope that somebody will be able to help us.

Please send us the user.log file located in the bin folder under the installation directory (via e-mail at: support@easyuefi.com), and we will resolve it as soon as possible.
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#17
(01-15-2021, 06:42 PM)Caniness Wrote: Try an alternative to WinToUSB,such as Windows To Go Creator and Rufus.
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They are excellent alternative tools when WinToUSB is not working.

I heard about Rufus, not a bad option, thanks
but I would still like to understand what is wrong with WinToUSB
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#18
(03-16-2021, 03:10 AM)cliffjackie369 Wrote:
(01-15-2021, 06:42 PM)Caniness Wrote: Try an alternative to WinToUSB,such as Windows To Go Creator and Rufus.
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They are excellent alternative tools when WinToUSB is not working.

I heard about Rufus, not a bad option, thanks
but I would still like to understand what is wrong with WinToUSB

Did you choose to install additional drivers? Please note that the directory of the additional drivers you specify should only contain drivers that need to be injected into Windows. If this directory contains too many useless files, the process of injecting drivers will become very slow. The driver installation function is implemented using the dism.exe program provided by Microsoft, please go to the task manager to terminate dism.exe process to see if the installation can be completed.
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#19
I am actually having the same issue, don't know how to fix it. Later on today when I back at my Munich home I will send user.log to the mentioned email above. Lets hope that there is a solution.
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(07-05-2021, 04:08 AM)murmusu Wrote: I am actually having the same issue, don't know how to fix it. Later on today when I back at my Munich home I will send user.log to the mentioned email above. Lets hope that there is a solution.

Did you choose to install additional drivers? Please note that the directory of the additional drivers you specify should only contain drivers that need to be injected into Windows. If this directory contains too many useless files, the process of injecting drivers will become very slow. The driver installation function is implemented using the dism.exe program provided by Microsoft, please go to the task manager to terminate dism.exe process to see if the installation can be completed.
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