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Old 08-23-2015, 10:30 AM
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Default Flash Voyager Slider 128GB and System Image

Before posting, I contacted tech support but only got the following replies:
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Subject Flash Voyager Slider 128 GB
Description Is there any way to change the USB to appear as a SSD or at least NOT as a removable drive to Windows in order to do a system image backup?

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Created By: Technical Support Rep (8/22/2015 5:36 PM)
Hello Hawkeyelar,
I would try using the same method in order to make the drive bootable. There are also third party software tools available that may be able to do this process for you.

Created By: Hawkeyelar (8/21/2015 11:26 AM)
I tried the Microsoft page instructions but sit get 'not a valid drive location' when trying to save system image to the Corsair USB 128MB (see attached jpg). I formatted it as NTFS and even tried to do a fat32 format (but got 'drive size too big with this fat32 attempt). Any other suggestions?

Created By: Technical Support Rep (8/21/2015 8:23 AM)
Please visit the URL below for more information:

https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/jj200124.aspx
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When I use various 'make USB bootable' options, I still can't get enough space to do a ~60GB Windows 10 system image backup (Windows 7 recovery option) as I get an error about the USB not being a valid storage option (See attached jpg). I have tried the HP bootdisk option, trying to change the info in the USB from 'removable' to 'fixed' disk without success.

Any suggestions on how to make the 128GB USB usable to Windows system image backup would be greatly appreciated.
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