WintoUSB users - 1809 update won't install even cloning system


  1. Posts : 11,180
    Windows / Linux : Arch Linux
       #1

    WintoUSB users - 1809 update won't install even cloning system


    Hi folks

    Those of you making WindowstoGo using Wintousb software will be disappointed by this release

    1) you can't create it via the install windows with the ISO or wim images
    2) clone current system fails on boot.
    3)macrium fix windows boot problems (which normally is excellent) doesn't fix it either

    Hopefully wintousb will be updated soon

    (I like Wintousb on an external SSD as I can have a totally separate language version of Office and Windows on it rather than keep messing about changing languages on several PC's (provided you've got a digital license the wintousb will boot activated from different machines.- At least it used to until 1809 !!).

    Cheers
    jimbo
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  2. Posts : 191
    Windows XP, 10; Knoppix [Debian] linux
       #2

    I am unable to get a working "unofficial" WinToUSB installation of 1809 on multiple test PC's using any of several tools including Rufus.

    The installed version reboots twice after the first boot, and then the bootup consistently bluescreens/locks with a "driver unloaded without cancelling pending operations".

    This is using an SSD and PC in which all of this worked with previous versions including 1803.
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  3. Posts : 191
    Windows XP, 10; Knoppix [Debian] linux
       #3

    WinToUSB appears to have fixed this, without explaining how, in their 11/19/18 release (V4.5).

    It gets rid of the BSOD after extended boot time:
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails WintoUSB users - 1809 update won't install even cloning system-windows-10-1809-go-dump-wpprecorder-sys-bsod.png  
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