|07 Nov 2012||#11|
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I Can't copy Windows 7 installation on USB-drive when it is fat32. The Install.wim file is way to big for this.
But yes, my USB was formatted with NTFS, so it might be this that stops me.
I am aware of the bootmenu from BIOS where there are 2 versions of booting my USB-drive, one "normal" and one UEFI. But I don't know how to put windows install-files on a fat32-formatted USB-key. Is there a solution to this also?
Fat32 is supposed to support single files up to 4GB in size.
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