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Re: TBOSDT PRO and UsbBoot to Bootable USB

PostPosted: Mon Jun 04, 2012 5:06 am
by Eric
Chattan wrote:
> I took all the drivers out to try to force it to put new drivers in but I
> rather think that I would need the Manufacturers driver disc.
>
> Never mind. Maybe the Kingston Data Traveler G3 is not suited to this task.
Probably. Apparently, after a quick search on the Internet, this key does not appear to be bootable. What does your BSOD say? "Unable to read disk"?
UsbBoot install in the system all the USB and IDE drivers included into Windows Seven, and adjusted for Windows XP. I suppose your driver is already included there?

> Which is preferable?
>
> A UFD flash drive, a USB stick or a USB - HARD - drive?
I would say a USB HD drive. Unless it is self-powered.
But there are many UFD that work perfectly.

Re: TBOSDT PRO and UsbBoot to Bootable USB

PostPosted: Mon Jun 04, 2012 5:22 am
by Chattan
Thanks Eric,

I will go out and buy a suitable UFD if the 8GB ADATA UFD doesn't do the job.

The hard drive was indeed self-powered.

Re: TBOSDT PRO and UsbBoot to Bootable USB

PostPosted: Tue Jun 05, 2012 12:37 am
by Eric
Chattan wrote:
> The hard drive was indeed self-powered.
It may work. You can try.

Re: TBOSDT PRO and UsbBoot to Bootable USB

PostPosted: Thu Jun 14, 2012 6:33 am
by Eric
Chattan wrote:
> I will go out and buy a suitable UFD if the 8GB ADATA UFD doesn't do the
> job.
Could you do something?

Re: TBOSDT PRO and UsbBoot to Bootable USB

PostPosted: Fri Jun 15, 2012 12:25 am
by Chattan
"Could you do something?"

Ask away.

I gave up on the TBOSDT, uninstalled the program and sold it on to a friend at half price.

I'll stick with my old and easy to use IFW 1.64

Might try Windows 7 Home Edition.