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I have a licensed copy of MacriumReflect on four workstations. Two of the workstations have a DVD and two does not.
I am trying to create a USB-stick rescue media for the two stations that don't have a DVD drive and can't find any forum replies that addresses my problem.
First of all I am trying to use a (new) 1GB usb flash drive to do this and felt this was enough space since I have successfully created rescue disks on a CD.
Both USB only workstations are using the WIN10 platform and it appears I was able to format the USB according to your elevated admin status using the DIskpart commands,
However, when I try to write to the USB, I continue to get the message that : "The USB contains the maximum number of partitions allowed - Please try a different USB disk or remove partitions".
I am at a lost as what to do. My workstations are new and the newer workstations are being manufactured WITHOUT dvd's as I am sure you know.
Perhaps more space is needed for a USB. Do you know how much space is needed to create a rescue disk on a USB Flash Drive? I have the current PE fpor WIN10