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How to patch USB 3.0 drivers to Windows 7 installation
I'm trying to install Windows 7 to an external HDD on a laptop that has USB 3.0 ports, but when I try to boot into Windows 7, it throws a BSOD, 0x07b, which is inaccessible boot device. I am fairly certain this is due to the USB 3.0 drivers not being present. I did find a field within the program called Additional Drivers, so I navigate to the Intel eXtensible USB drivers folder that I have and select it, but it appears to do nothing. Anyone have any solutions for patching USB 3.0 drivers with this program?
I'm sorry, the additional drivers features provided by WinToUSB only allow .inf style drivers to be injected into Windows. We recommend using Windows 10/8.1/8 to create Windows To Go, Windows 7 is not recommended. Becayse Windows 7 To Go is not completely portable, you may have driver problems when booting on different computers.

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