Install Windows from a pen drive
August 28, 2010 4:22am CST
A useful trick to install Windows 7 & vista form a pen drive. If we are using Windows 7 or vista then we can follow the following steps--- 1RUN COMMAND PROMPT AS ADMINISTRATOR 2Type DISKPART & hit enter 3now type LIST DISK 4Type SELECT DISK 1 (0/1/2/3) or which ever of the dim as show same of your PD but basically. 5Type CLEAN hit enter 6Type CREATE PARTITION PRIMARY hit enter 7Type SELECT PARTITION 1 (or the no. of partition selected in step 3) 8Type FORMAT FS=NTFS QUICK hit enter 9Type ASSIGN 10Type EXIT & hit enter. 11Minimize the CMD(Don't close) 12Now mount Windows 7 or vista disk image using DAEMON TOOL or we can use direct from DVD. 13Check the drive latter on which it is mounted(Eq:- D:/E:/F:/) or check the drive latter of your DVD ROM if you are using a Windows OS DVD. (Here I assume it to be H:) 14Maximize the CMD and type following CMDs 15Type H: hit enter 16H:\CD BOOT press enter(or you first verify the path for the file "bootsect.exe" on the disk image or DVD and move to the Directory) 17H:\BOOTBOOTSECT.EXE/NT60 I: (Here I: is the drive latter for pen drive) 18Now Exit press the enter kye. Finally close the CMD. How the PD is booteble. 19Now copy all files in the H: drive(Everything the .iso file contains)to the pen drive. DONE! Now boot your PC with the PD.
28 Aug 10
Bro, u can download windows Xp SP3 package from www.microsoft.com It's free of cost & yes, u can also integrate the Xp SP3 package to your a bootable Windows Xp CD, using a very powerful software named "nLite". U can download it from the link given below http://www.nliteos.com/download.html U can also integrate Intel SATA drivers into a Windows Xp CD using this software. The software gives u the power to edit most of the components of the Windows Xp.