Hyper-V Server 2008-r2 boots from USB and Installing Windows from a phone - Video

What file systems do cameras, phones, MP3 players support ? NTFS – er no. They use FAT, in most of its forms, new memory cards show up formatted as FAT32. And what’s the limitation of FAT32 ? A maximum file size of 4GB: not a problem for installing Windows because WIM files are sized at […]

What file systems do cameras, phones, MP3 players support ? NTFS – er no. They use FAT, in most of its forms, new memory cards show up formatted as FAT32. And what’s the limitation of FAT32 ? A maximum file size of 4GB: not a problem for installing Windows because WIM files are sized at less than 4GB to fit on DVD disks. A bit of a challenge for VHD files as 4GB is shade small by today’s standards. Watch the two video below:

Hyper-V server R2 booting from a USB flash drive:

Using phone as a bootable USB device:

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