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XP 64-bit installaton onto an USB3-Stick


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Hardware: Akoya MD99330 Netbook, 64-bit, AMD A4-1200 APU, 2GB RAM ; 16GB USB3-Stick; 2GB USB2-Stick; 8GB SD-Karte; 500GB Externe Festplatte, USB-Mouse.
 
Software: Win XP 64-bit; SATA-Treiber, Gerätetreiber und Update-Packs von 5eraph.
Some tool-programs like: YUMI; EASY2BOOT; Rufus; EasyBCD; nLite; Partition Wizard; etc.
 
How to create a bootable OS XP 64-bit USB3-STICK?
(My trouble starts with the bootloader in the second bootstep!)  



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Only intel usb 3 setups can actually use usb 3 during boot.

 

Not sure of the reason why but amd usb 3 is not fully recognizable during boot routines



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The USB3-Stick was in a USB2-slott during the setup. I tryed some Linux-distributions with it. - They boot! 

The problems start at the 2nd bootstep, when the bootloader on the origin-stick can't be found - or let's sayit get confused

with the other bootloader on the aim-stick. Seems like there are written some datas during the 1st bootstep on the origin-stick. 



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I use WinSetupFromUSB. First used it a year ago and was very impressed with its simplicity.

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Hardware: Akoya MD99330 Netbook, 64-bit, AMD A4-1200 APU, 2GB RAM ; 16GB USB3-Stick; 2GB USB2-Stick; 8GB SD-Karte; 500GB Externe Festplatte, USB-Mouse.
 
Software: Win XP 64-bit; SATA-Treiber, Gerätetreiber und Update-Packs von 5eraph.
Some tool-programs like: YUMI; EASY2BOOT; Rufus; EasyBCD; nLite; Partition Wizard; etc.
 
How to create a bootable OS XP 64-bit USB3-STICK?
(My trouble starts with the bootloader in the second bootstep!)  

 

 

With all due respect :), the info you provided is not much useful for troubleshooting, you listed several different tools related to USB booting.

 

WHICH tool did you use to "prepare" (partition/format/etc.) the USB stick?

HOW EXACTLY did you prepare the stick?

WHICH EXACT (make/model) is the "16GB USB3-Stick" you used?Is it a "Fixed" or "Removable" device?[1]

WHAT EXACT error/issue are you having? (please describe what you see happening, as opposed to the "result", like "the bootloader on the origin-stick can't be found - or let's sayit get confused with the other bootloader on the aim-stick. Seems like there are written some datas during the 1st bootstep on the origin-stick")

Standard litany, please:

http://homepage.ntlw...ard-litany.html

 

You have to understand how even the mere process of writing down an accurate description of your actions and their results may help in pinpointing the cause of the issue.

 

jaclaz

 

[1] This may be relevant as while - say - 99.99% of USB 2 sticks are set in the factory as "Removable" a large number of USB 3 sticks may have been set in factory as "Fixed" devices (generally the fastest ones), and this may affect the booting process.



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jaclaz is MSFN's resident expert on all things bootable. Heed his advice. He puts boot to a$$ here quite frequently.

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