March 20, 2017 you explained how to “Migrate Windows 10 Anniversary Edition to USB-C External SSD”. During that explanation, you stated a step: I then took my Samsung T3 USB-C SSD, which I formatted as an EFI partition scheme with 2 partitions (HFS+ and FAT32).
Could you explain how you format a EFI partition scheme with 2 partitions (HFS+ and FAT32?
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Your assumption is correct. Why would you need HFS+ on the external drive? Hopefully, Tomothy will chime in fairly soon.
With Windows “Creators Edition”, I’ve been successful in getting the external drive to boot, but the “start” menu is not responding. A problem Tim is aware of already. I haven’t had time to work on the “experimental” fix yet.
Did you create the image with the WIM option selected? The image needs to be in WIM format to avoid that issues. You also also not see the dialog if the image is in WIM format and there is a block mismatch.
The inaccessible boot device means that the EFI firmware can’t find that the device. Is it the Samsung T3? I have also heard of the Porche SSD working as well (though not sure if it is USB-3–I suspect it is).