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#21
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I read the 7th point on there website i.e Select the boot partition and system partition from the partition list, the selected partitions will be marked as red.
 
I don't have any partition on the USB, so do i require to make it? I selected system and boot partition on the single USB space showing. 
I don't have any Windows To Go Certified Drives. Its a sandisk 32GB pendrive.

No it doesn't need/make a System Reserved since it makes a Boot folder on your C drive, so just select the field with the empty o checkbox for both system and boot. Yeah, they did make that confusing for some reason.
 

Doesn't supports Sandisk. http://www.microsoft...indowstogo.aspx

Prolly why my 16Gb San Disk failed, but my workaround was to put it on a USB HDD 1st & migrate it to my flashdrive with Paragon HDM 14 & it worked.


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If it works then it should be OK, and Dave shows it works, i was suprised it took 32GB but then I had several due to several Manufacture needed 32GB to make a OEM Restore Image. Dell was 12GB so 16GBs was fine, but Acer needed 17GB so needed 32GBs and it takes more if its Win 8.1 than Win 8.0

 

and while I was playing, I Windows 10,  logo +C -->search -->recovery--> make a Recovery Disk--> click ok and it says insert a USB of at least 8GB-> then it starts to copy C:\Recovery\install.wim

 

Not done yet but wonder, this was a Original Windows 7, format to Windows 8. -> finally updated to full Windows 8.1.3 Pro with all Official M$ Updates, then --Updated to Windows 10 9841 now Windows 10 9860.

 

so Wonder what is on the USB...

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OK -> bottom right corner water mark is 9860


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End to my experiment :histerija: , thank you folks :headbang:  


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I liked it since my flashdrive tested fine on both a Toshiba U505 & the same drive booted a Dell 1520 after Installing drivers during boot & rebooting. I allowed Windows Update to update drivers a little further and all was good. Back to the Toshiba, it reinstalled it's drivers & ran as normal. All in all, quick & painless considering switching a "HDD" from one PC to another.


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W10 Pro b9879 installed with Win2USB lika charm cleanly with the ISO. I set it up on the 25Gb 1st partition of my 750Gb 7200 rpm USB storage HDD & it runs way better than my flashdrives, and almost as fast as my internal mech HDD that is identical brand, speed, and size. I guess I'll need to get a SSD flashdrive to top it.   ;)


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W10 Pro b9879 installed with Win2USB lika charm cleanly with the ISO. I set it up on the 25Gb 1st partition of my 750Gb 7200 rpm USB storage HDD & it runs way better than my flashdrives, and almost as fast as my internal mech HDD that is identical brand, speed, and size. I guess I'll need to get a SSD flashdrive to top it.   ;)

Fantastic, super news... how do the Super Fast USB 3.0 with speeds of over 100 do...

be nice if my Damn old GigaByte would Boot to USB... (ps: Gigabyte said no to somewhere ove 1 million uses. No Bios update to fix.)

This is my LAST Gigabyte Mobo...


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I set it up on the 25Gb 1st partition

 

 

Small partition do run sweet...... :)


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Small partition do run sweet...... :)

Well ALL the other stuff she might need is on the other 675Gb, including VirtuaGirl.  :histerija:


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I don't think all these Win2USB programs work with all USB Flash drives. I have a 32gb Cruzer Glide that is known to not work with Rufus.... so it seems like an disagreement on formating? I haven't looked into it much more than that.

 

Oh and Virtual Girl can try somebodies Ramdisk! :histerija:

 

 

EDIT: You sure it's virtual, or vertical girl? Kidding gerl! :histerija:


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Well, my portable W10TP with WMC project has come along nicely, but has been hindered slightly by a few distractions. VM of OSX Yosemite is also working portably, if you can see it that is.
 

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It appears that M$ broke WMC in the latest build of 9879, so this is 9860


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Did I say vert, I meant horizontal. Did I say South of the horizon? I can't look at that pic Dave, but might peek some? :angel4:


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Giving this thread a bump, since some are interested in Portable Windows 10.
 

Version 2.3 (2015.8.10)

  • Support for official Windows 10 ISO which contains both x86 and x64 in one ISO
  • Clone current Windows OS which on a dynamic disk to a USB drive
  • Support for Windows Tiny7
  • Bulgarian language support
  • Fix other minor bugs

http://www.easyuefi.com/wintousb/

 

Have fun!  :biggrin:


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This is the most bodaciously fabtastic hugemongusly working tool to make a portable USB Windows ever!

 

W10 clean install internet connected activated just fine on my installation on the same HardwareID that my upgrade from W7 was performed

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Portable USB HDD (750Gb 2.5" 7200RPM)

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Super-Tits Clone from my SSD > Portable USB HDD 50Gb partition.

I'm posting from it now!

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Note: I added a little "something" so this would boot from other machines as well.  ;)

 

Oh yeah, and programs are working fine too!

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