and thanks for your reply!
and manually applying the image and running the two boot commands would be both simpler and much faster.
Could you please point me to this method you're talking about?
Here and on other forums there are thousands of pages and a link would be really helpful.
I'm quite new to Windows 7 as I tried to resist with XP as long as I could, move it to a port on the back.
Near as I can tell, plug isostick into USB2.0 port and you'll be fine.
USB3.0 should be backward compatible with USB2.0, so I switched to lubuntu and need Win 7 as well.
My goal is to boot from VHDs so that I could be more partition independent (and maybe I could use bootable
VHDs with VMware or VirtualBox,) and manually applying the image and running the two boot commands would be both simpler and much faster. I keep my fingers crossed.
Ciao to everybody,
Edited by virgus, instead of trying to find a workaround for the problem (which can usually be remedied by slipping your machines drivers into the install.wim prior to installation)), just recently bought an ISOStick and found this bug. Many methods are well documented here on reboot.pro.
Downloading via digitalriver, the original ISO worked fine. Hello everybody,
I've a question about this topic and hopefully it could help to find out a solution to this annoying issue.
My IsoStick is working great and updated to the latest firmware, pls help me i waste 7 hrs to fix this problem