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    Surface Pro 3 Solid State Storage (SSD) Replacement

    So I bought my Surface Pro 3 used, and it looks like the solid state storage is starting to go out on me already... I only got it about 6 months ago. A lot of files have been showing up as corrupt, so I installed a SSD monitor which told me "Failure Imminent" I started backing up my drive...
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    Solved Windows To Go on a Surface Pro 3

    Following the guide laid out on Windows To Go UEFI & BIOS compatible Deployment Guide I was able to get it to get windows to go installed on a non-certified USB, which was able to boot from both my desktop with BIOS, and my Surface Pro 3 using UEFI.
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    Solved Windows To Go on a Surface Pro 3

    I've been looking at this guide: Windows To Go UEFI & BIOS compatible Deployment Guide Most of it is incoherent to me, but it seems like I could possibly use "...BCDBOOT command to copy the boot files for both UEFI and BIOS..." from my SP3 computer to my USB fat32 Windows system partition... can...
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    Solved Windows To Go on a Surface Pro 3

    Okay, so I tried that, and put fat32 partition at the start of my bootable USB. AOMEI Partition Assistant showed that it extracted and put the BCD and boot.wim on the partition, so I'm assumed it did it right. It looked like it booted up all right, but then I got a message that said something...
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    Solved Windows To Go on a Surface Pro 3

    I'll try that out, thanks. If I understand you right, I'll just make a 4gb fat32 bootable partition, next to the bootable ntfs and that'll enable the entire drive to become bootable on a SP3?
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    Solved Windows To Go on a Surface Pro 3

    I used AOMEI Partition Assistant Windows To Go Creator, it's analogous to a windows to go certified USB drive. I realize UEFI system needs fat32 to boot from, but I'm assuming there is some work around, seeing as people have been able to boot Linux on a Surface pro from a USB. But hey, I could...
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    Solved Windows To Go on a Surface Pro 3

    I'm trying to boot from a Windows To Go on my Surface Pro 3. It has worked on my work desktop, however that uses BIOS instead of UEFI. (But I don't really see how that matters, since it'd be vacuous for Microsoft not to allow UEFI systems to be booted up on a Windows To Go workspace.) On my...

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