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chuck davis

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Everything is ok. I have Windows 10 as my main OS. I put Linux Mint on a USB is there anyway i can increase disk size on my Linux USB. I have 78 GB left on my Windows 10 SSD if so how do i do this? I have only used Linux for search, email, basics i have used the Terminal a little thats about it as far as using disk part or Windows Management i have no clue how to use these.
Thank,s Chuck
 

chuck davis

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This is solved. Heres what i did. I formatted my USB on My Brothers laptop, it has Linux installed on it, to NTFS format, i tried to put Linux Mint 20 on that USB on my laptop, Windows 10 NTFS format, default format is FAT 32 it has option NTFS and ex4. For whatever reason then USB would not boot up.
When i formatted to NTFS on my Brothers computer, it has Linux Mint 20 installed on his Acer. i then stuck the USB in my Windows computer, it booted up fine i even have more disk space now. So all is fine. Thank,s Chuck
 
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