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  1. Matthew Wai's Avatar
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       #610

    @dortmunder, if you use Rufus, under Partition scheme, select GPT as per the tutorial.

    You can use DiskPart to create multiple partitions on a USB stick. What formats and sizes do you want? If the stick is intended for Rufus, you don't have to partition it manually.
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  2. Posts : 151
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       #611

    Hi Matthew. I'm sure the tutorial says MBR...
    I'd like to try the suggestion in post #602 - "create usb drive with 2GB Fat32 partition followed by 6+GB exFat partition."
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  3. Matthew Wai's Avatar
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       #612

    dortmunder said:
    Hi Matthew. I'm sure the tutorial says MBR...
    In this tutorial, under option two, in step 7, it says "Under Partition scheme, select GPT."

    dortmunder said:
    I'd like to try the suggestion in post #602 - "create usb drive with 2GB Fat32 partition followed by 6+GB exFat partition."
    See another tutorial: Create bootable USB installer if install.wim is greater than 4GB
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  4. Posts : 151
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       #613

    Oops, wasn't scrolling all the way down. Feel daft now... Thanks for the link.
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