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PC Genie

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I've successfully installed Windows 10 on a Certified Windows 10 flash drive - 128 Gb Kanguru Mobile Workspace, but I cannot seem to install Windows 10 non-certified flash drive that has faster transfer rates than the Kanguru dive - 1 Tb Patriot Supersonic Rage Elite.  What does a certified flash drive have that a non-certified flash drive doesn't have that lets Windows To Go (WTG) be installed on it?
 
I used AOMEI Partition Assistant Standard Edition 8.2 to install WTG on these drives per an instructional video on YouTube.  Has anyone else done this successfully on a non-certified USB drive?

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iammykyl

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Gday.

I think this article may give you an understanding of what the certified drive means, and hopefully answer your questions. 

https://docs.microso...-to-go-overview


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