The problem we've seen is matching the PC's USB port with the right drive.
Older PCs with USB 2.0 ports often won't boot to the USB 3.0 drive, so we've
had to keep a few USB 2.0 drives around until those machines are finally
replaced. Newer PCs will use either USBs with no issues other than speed to
copy down the boot files.
From: listsad...@lists.myitforum.com <listsad...@lists.myitforum.com> on behalf
of Chris Carbone <chris.carb...@fairmountsantrol.com>
Sent: Monday, October 17, 2016 9:15 AM
Subject: [mssms] Recommended USB Flash Drives for OSD
I would like to entertain the idea again of using USB for imaging. In the past
we were using the Kingston Traveler USB 3.0 drives and I recently read that
these are known to have issues with imaging. I did not know this and always
wondered why imaging would sometimes flake out for us.
Does anyone use USB 2.0 drives that you have used for a while that are
consistently working with OSD?
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