This is a Windows Issue.
It will not allow access to a 2nd Partition on USB Drives.
In theory, you could insert the USB Stick in a Linux Box and put images
on there and then restore since the Imaging Kernel is Linux.
If you used an External USB HDD (Not USB Stick), then there would not be
No clue really why Windows does this.
On 7/8/2014 2:26 PM, smac wrote:
> Looking for some guidance...I have a few 16GB drives I'd like to store a
> some workstation images on, and I've followed the (limited)
> documentation for the ZCM 11.3 USBCreator, but haven't been able to
> figure out how to add the image files to the second partition.
> The utility created the 152MB boot partition and a 14.5 GB partition as
> RAW. When I format the RAW to a usable file system it hoses the drive.
> Deleting the RAW and recreating as EXT2 with a "/images" mount point has
> not worked either.
> What am I missing? My Linux background is limited, but I feel like this
> is easier than I'm making it out to be and am overlooking the obvious.
> Thanks in advance
Craig Wilson - MCNE, MCSE, CCNA
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