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Putting Ultimate Edition on alternate Boot Media

PostPosted: Mon Apr 04, 2016 6:31 pm
by MaverickWolfe
I have a Samsung Evo Plus 64GB SD Card with adapter, I'd like to insert that into my laptop and use that to run Ultimate Edition so I can clone my Primary drive to my New SSD. I don't have any DVD's to burn to on hand as I am currently in a situation where I am constantly traveling. I know I saw this posted a long time ago back when I first posted here. A belated Congrats to Thee on everything he's accomplished also belated Happy new year my friend. My New Laptop is the Lenovo Y700 AMD FX edition. I just updated it to Patriot Viper 16GB DDR3 1600, and Shoved a 256GB Samsung M2 SSD, and will be changing the 1TB stock drive to my other Samsung SSD when I get a chance. This machine is a little beast and I love it! I also bought a new Power supply for "Wolfess", and bought a new "gamer" edition of the 990FXA motherboard I have. The PSU is a 1300 Watt PSU, and can support a second 1300Watt PSU in FULL tandem for a total of 2600Watts of pure power, I highly doubt I'd ever have to use it in that manner. I will post a brand new update in another section of the forums once I get the ability to use my desktop again. I also am doing some research and May have found a solution to my problem and will post here in a separate post as to what to do.

Re: Putting Ultimate Edition on alternate Boot Media

PostPosted: Tue Apr 05, 2016 10:28 am
by Xanayoshi
SD is like USB, so Ubuntu Startup Disc Creator will create installer on 64 GB SD or whatever, such as Unetbootin, DD, Thumbos, etc.., alternatively you could just create an installation on another media format, and install to 64GB SD and Boot as system through BIOS, UEFI

Edit:Misspelled Unotbootin