Re: creating a usb bootable drive
maybe so, but useing a 16gb flash drive will leave space for jaws, nvda,open book etc.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
and they don't cost much now.
so you could install them all from the same flash drive.
also, with my u s b 2, 8gb flash drives will not work vary well with my u s b 3 ports. half the time windows 7 or 10 will detect them or they will but windows will say the drives are empty or need to be formatted. even though i know there are files on them.
i can put them on a u s b 2 port and they work fine.
i haven't had these problems with my 32gb u s b 2 flash drives i have now. they work on both ports.
i haven't tried u s b 3 flash drives yet.
From: Brian Vogel
Sent: Sunday, October 14, 2018 8:29 AM
Subject: Re: creating a usb bootable drive
On Sat, Oct 13, 2018 at 10:14 PM, netbat66 wrote:
to install a windows 10 iso disk, about 16gb should be enough.If you're only using either the 64-bit version or the 32-bit version, either one still fits on an 8 GB usb drive.
The dual 64 & 32-bit version is just the slightest bit too big for 8 GB.