I tried to use MiniTool Partition Wizard Media Builder and received the following error: failed to format the USB disk
For the error "Failed to format the USB disk", it might be because your USB drive doesn't have partition table. To fix the issue, please launch MiniTool Partition Wizard, select the partition of the USB disk, choose the Move/Resize Partition function, shorten the partition handle to create an unallocated space and make the unallocated space before the partition, and apply changes. After that, please delete the partition and create a new one to hold all space of the USB disk. After that, you should be able to format the USB disk in Bootable Media Builder.
I booted computer from MiniTool Partition Wizard bootable disc, but it reported "the wizard has been already launched"
Please press on the Alt + Tab combination to see whether this program is running. If it is running, just click the program to open it.
I am getting the following error message when trying to create a USB bootable media. Any ideas? Failed to prepare the WinPE files.
If you need the bootable version urgently, please send your order ID or registered email address and problem description to [email protected]
Then, we will send you an ISO image which can be burnt to CD, DVD, or USB drive to create a bootable disk. After your problem is solved, you can send us 2 log files, namely mt_builder.log and dism.log, to help us analyze the "failed to prepare the WinPE files"issue. The former is in Partition Wizard installation folder while the latter is located at C:\Windows\logs\dism.
I created a bootable disc. When I try to use the bootable media it allways boots into a Windows 10 Recovery Mode instead of Partition Wizard.
Have you set MiniTool Partition Wizard bootable disc as the first boot device in BIOS?
When I boot computer from the bootable disc of MiniTool Partition Wizard, I can only see the attached command prompt window.
If you need the bootable disc urgently, could you please send your order ID or registered email address and problem description to [email protected]
Then, we will send you a working ISO image. In addition, could you please send us the dism.log file which is located at C:\Windows\logs\dism to help us analyze this issue?
When trying to create a bootable CD, I get the error “Failed to get the WADK file”. Can you help please?
If you need the bootable disc urgently, please send your order ID/purchase email address and problem description to [email protected]
Then, we will send you a working ISO image. In addition, could you please send us 2 log files to help us analyze this issue, namely mt_builder.log and dism.log. The former is in Partition Wizard installation folder while the latter is located at C:\Windows\logs\dism.
USB mouse and keyboard didn't work in the bootable version.
Did you create the bootable disk on a Windows 7 computer? Windows 7 itself doesn't have USB 3.0 driver, so bootable disc of Partition Wizard created in Windows 7 doesn't have USB 3.0 driver. If you want to use the bootable disc on computers where USB 3.0 drives should be accessed, you need to manually add USB 3.0 drivers. With the Add Drivers feature, users can manually add needed drivers. Or you can connect the USB mouse and keyboard to USB 2.0 interface.
How to create bootable disc with MiniTool Partition Wizard.
For your reference to create bootable media and boot computer from the created bootable disc:
I created a bootable disc, but it can't boot my computer.
It seems you failed to created bootable disc. Could you please retry creating? If you still get the same result, please let us know and we will create an ISO image for you.
I want to use my exsiting WADK file to create MiniTool Partition Wizard bootable disc.
To use existing WADK file, you can add the wim file manually to C:\Boot\, for example C:\Boot\winpe_3_64\winre.wim, and then our program will directly use the specified wim file.
When I run the bootable minitool partition wizard 10.2.3, I see these partitions on my hard drive have different drive letter with Windows environment.
Bootable MiniTool Partition Wizard is running in Win PE while the Windows edition is running in normal Windows OS. Under different systems, drive letters are a little different, but both are correct.