U usasma Microsoft MVP Joined Feb 20, 2012 Posts 2,094 Jun 18, 2012 #1 I installed Windows To Go on a 32 gB SanDisk flash drive today. I first booted it on a system at work (HP TouchSmart). I left it for a long time, and when I returned the system was in Win7. I suspect it was because I left it sit at the "Enter your Product ID" page for too long. Rebooted and it worked well. Discovering the hardware took a while tho' The next boot was smooth and fast - getting straight into Win8 Biggest issue was missing chipset and touchscreen drivers. I used this article: http://arstechnica.com/business/2012/03/ordering-windows-to-go-how-to-create-a-bootable-windows-8-usb-thumb-drive/ It has 2 errors in it. First, when using Diskpart on the flash drive, it forgets to use "Active" to ensure that the partition is marked active. Second, when making the disk bootable the typewritten command is wrong (but the screenshot is right). It's missing the \ in the d:windows part of the command. It'll give errors until you put the \ in.