Topic: Easy2Boot

Date 02/08/2020

By Steve Si

Subject Re: Force iso to be fragged for testing

If you make a new USB drive or reformat the USB drive, then all the files that you copy to it will be contiguous. You only get non-contiguous files once you start filling and deleting files from the USB drive.
https://www.easy2boot.com/not-contiguous-error/
Another way to get fragmented files is to directly download ISOs from the internet onto your USB drive - always download the ISO to your internal disk first and then copy the ISO to the USB drive. Downloading a file will usually cause the file to be highly fragmented!

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