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On Virtual Machines, it works; on USB, it does not.


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Greetings.

 

When I test a Windows 7 x64 build customized with WinToolkit on a Virtual Machine, the Installer part works perfectly.

But when I copy that very same build on a USB Drive to test it live, the Installer does not work, it just go through the normal installation process.

 

Any ideas please?

 

Thank you.

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But when I copy that very same build on a USB Drive to test it live, the Installer does not work, it just go through the normal installation process.

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Of course, WTK builds an installation system, NOT a live system to run from USB (or DVD)!

 

Regards, Thiersee

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But when I copy that very same build on a USB Drive to test it live, the Installer does not work, it just go through the normal installation process.

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Of course, WTK builds an installation system, NOT a live system to run from USB (or DVD)!

 

Regards, Thiersee

 

 

I'm sorry, I did not explained the situation correctly.

When I want to test the build on a USB Drive, I use "Windows 7 USB-DVD Download Tool", to prepare the USB Drive and make it bootable.

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I'm sorry, I did not explained the situation correctly.

When I want to test the build on a USB Drive, I use "Windows 7 USB-DVD Download Tool", to prepare the USB Drive and make it bootable.

 

Nevertheless:

 

With WTK you build an installation medium, no matter if USB-drive or DVD, to install Windows on HDD or SSD, NOT an installed OS to test it live!

 

Windows 7 USB-DVD Download Tool prepares an USB-Stick (or DVD!) and makes it bootable to INSTALL Windows!

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