Sunday, March 22, 2009

How to Install windows Vista bootable from USB Flash Memory

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After some time ago that I write how to install windows XP using a flash memory, this time I will try to discuss how to install windows vista using the flash memory. I think that the way to install windows vista also using the same way on windows XP and use the same application, is not so, although in principle the concept of both the same, but to install Vista using the Flashdisk/flash memory or create bootable much easier to compare the install windows XP using a flash memory

There are many benefits to install a operation system using the flash Memory, the main advantages is that the process be calculated very quickly.

prepare :

Requirements:
* USB Flash Drive / flahsdisk (Minimum 4GB )
* Vista installation files or windows 7
* Computer or laptop that you have installed windows vista

1. Plug Usb Port Flashdisk to your computer or laptop
2. Open command prompt (on vista), click [start menu] select [Run] and type cmd and enter

I assume that the previous USB flash disk addressed as disk 1, and as hard disk 0.

3. typing the following list and enter :


DISKPART
SELECT DISK 1
CLEAN
CREATE PARTITION PRIMARY
SELECT PARTITION 1
ACTIVE
FORMAT FS = NTFS (Wait until the formatting process is finished)
Assign
EXIT




Do not close the window comandprompt , simply minimize it
Now Insert Vista installation DVD, or if you have an ISO file you will be able to create a virtual drive using Nero applications such as Drive Image or Daemontools. I prefer to use this way, faster and efesien.

Open or maksimize commandpromt before, this time we assume that the DVD Drive you have in the directory "E", and flashdrive on the drive "H"

Type the following command in the previous window commandprompt

E: CD BOOT hit enter, "E" is your DVD drive. You can change it according to the location your DVD Drive,

then type the following command:

CD BOOT hit enter,

then type the following command

BOOTSECT.EXE / NT60 H:


enter , remember, Drive "H" is the location of your USB, you can adjust the location of your USB.
After all process is finished, now you can copying and pasting all the files on the DVD Drive to your USB flash memory. If completed, so now you can use your USB flashmemory to media installation.for the first, setting up the BIOS to first boot option is to use flashmemory.

All these tutorials are personal experiences and I try and succeed, if there is a problem in this process, please leave your comment, I will try to answer it

Few tips for XP users, if you want to try this tutorial, you can use the Vista USB live edition to formatting process.

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5 comments to "How to Install windows Vista bootable from USB Flash Memory"

Donte said...
March 24, 2009 at 1:06 AM

I recently came across your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I dont know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.


Joannah

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Endry said...
March 24, 2009 at 7:47 AM

Hi Joannah, thanks to visited my blog. I'm very happy if you want to come here again, my English is very limited, so please be understanding...

Thanks for coming :)
wish all the best for u my friends :)

A Ok Pc said...
June 28, 2009 at 7:32 PM

This is really some useful advice. It might come in handy the next time I'm helping someone to do a new Windows install. Thanks!

Endry said...
July 22, 2009 at 1:46 AM

A Ok Pc@ he,,he,, thanks my friends :)

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