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XP 64-bit installaton onto an USB3-Stick


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Testdriver

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Ahm - I tried to delete the partitions in the setup befor this setup. But the formating of the disk stoped during the setup at 50% - then I need to reset the computer.

No, the source disk is not bootable anymore. This "repair mode" on usual CDs don't work.

I just see the too sticks. Target called C: and souce is caled U: No internal HDD.




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Are both USB disks the same type? What is the exact model?

Try to format the target one with RMPrepUSB before launching Setup and leave it as it is during it.


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The Target is an USB3 16GB - "Qilive Q.8908"

It shows me the hardware as: "USB Disk 3.0 USB Device"

It's a Auchan - A French-Chinese brand for media-diskounters - or how ever this kind of shops are called?

 

And the Source ist a 8y old USB2 with 2GB - some noname product from the supermarket.

It shows me the hardware as: "Ut163 USB2FlashStrage USB Device"

I found this: Ritek Corp. 1.90 GB b27 602 20.21 MB/Sec 4.26 MB/Sec  

 

OK, I will try something in 30min, if ther is no other post in here. :unsure:

I mark this: X.   -  But whats that: O ?

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Edited by Testdriver, Today, 05:57 PM.





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