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Upgrading Windows 10 build
(11-22-2018, 02:51 PM)leemccarthyn Wrote: 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."

Windows 9926 seems to be a very old version, are you sure you want to upgrade to this version? WinToUSB 2.0 is also a very old version and it is recommended that you use the latest version of WinToUSB. In any case, to upgrade a Windows To Go USB drive, you should download and try the Windows To Go Upgrader.

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Upgrading Windows 10 build - by leemccarthyn - 11-22-2018, 02:51 PM
RE: Upgrading Windows 10 build - by admin - 11-22-2018, 07:34 PM

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