Friday, August 19, 2011

how to install Windows XP, 7, and the vista from flash

Over time, computer or laptop is usually going to be heavy and slow. The causes can vary, such as: too many applications installed, the registry is not optimal because it is often install and uninstall, or even some system files corrupted due to virus or trojan.
In some cases, these problems can be solved one by one partial. But not infrequently, too, the problem is so complex that the best way to solve it is to reinstall the OS. However, it is an inevitability that one day the laptop or computer needs to re-install the operating system.
Creating a Bootable USB Flash Disk for Windows 7 and Windows XP Image
A common method to reinstall the Windows OS is to use a bootable CD / DVD of Windows that already exist. But this turns out to be a problem in itself, especially for laptop computer or a CD / DVD ROM is damaged. This is normal given the CD / DVD ROM device that is relatively more easily damaged. In addition, several types of circulating netbooks now deliberately not equipped with a DVD ROM drive to push the sale price. Then how could they do re-install? Do you have to buy an external DVD?
Fortunately since a few years ago, computer motherboard / laptop / netbook is equipped with features that allow it to boot from USB. With this feature it becomes possible to boot from a USB Flash Drive (UFD). Of course UFD we need to prepare in such a way that can be used for this purpose. In this article will discuss about how to create a bootable UFD for Windows 7 and Windows XP .
WINDOWS 7
What is needed:
  1. Source Installer Windows 7. If your source form of a DVD then you need a DVD ROM (for those who do not have to borrow an external DVD ROM or borrow a laptop / computer DVD ROM friend who was still good, hehe ..). If your source form of the ISO then you do not need a DVD ROM drive again of course.
  2. UFD minimum of 4G. If Source Installer Windows 7 you already include Service Pack 1 , the possibility of 4G is not enough so you need a larger UFD. In this example I use a UFD 8G.
  3. This method can only be done under Windows Vista or Windows 7. So if the OS you're using is Windows XP then you can not do it this way.
The steps are:
  • Prepare and plug the UFD. Make sure the data is already backed up because during the later processes will be formatted UFD.
  • Go to Start -> All Programs -> Accessories , then right-click onCommand Prompt and select Run As Administrator .
Creating a Bootable USB Flash Disk for Windows 7 and Windows XP Image
  • If it appears my windows UAC click Yes .
Creating a Bootable USB Flash Disk for Windows 7 and Windows XP Image
  • Type in DISKPART and press Enter .
Creating a Bootable USB Flash Disk for Windows 7 and Windows XP Image
  • Type LIST DISK and press Enter .
Creating a Bootable USB Flash Disk for Windows 7 and Windows XP Image
  • Note the location of your UFD in the Disk of how many numbers. In the illustration above shows that my UFD in the Disk number 2. So then type SELECT DISK 2 , then press Enter .
Creating a Bootable USB Flash Disk for Windows 7 and Windows XP Image
  • Type CLEAN and press Enter .
Creating a Bootable USB Flash Disk for Windows 7 and Windows XP Image
  • Type CREATE PARTITION PRIMARY and press Enter .
Creating a Bootable USB Flash Disk for Windows 7 and Windows XP Image
  • Type SELECT PARTITION 1 and press Enter .
Creating a Bootable USB Flash Disk for Windows 7 and Windows XP Image
  • Type in the ACTIVE and press Enter .
Creating a Bootable USB Flash Disk for Windows 7 and Windows XP Image
  • Type FORMAT FS = NTFS and press Enter . Next wait until formatting is completed 100%.
Creating a Bootable USB Flash Disk for Windows 7 and Windows XP Image
  • Type in ASSIGN and press Enter .
Creating a Bootable USB Flash Disk for Windows 7 and Windows XP Image
  • Type EXIT and press ENTER . Up here let the first Command Prompt window, do not be closed because we'll come back here again.
Creating a Bootable USB Flash Disk for Windows 7 and Windows XP Image
  • Prepare your Source Installer Windows 7. If you insert a DVD into the DVD ROM drive, if in the form of the ISO immediately mounted with the application of virtual drives you have.
  • Take a good directory or drive letter where the Windows 7 Source Installer. In this example I have is on drive E.
Creating a Bootable USB Flash Disk for Windows 7 and Windows XP Image
  • Go back to the Command Prompt window again. Now we want to go to the directory where Source Installer Windows 7 (in this example is on drive E). Thus type E: and press Enter .
Creating a Bootable USB Flash Disk for Windows 7 and Windows XP Image
  • Type CD BOOT and press Enter .
Creating a Bootable USB Flash Disk for Windows 7 and Windows XP Image
  • Look carefully at your UFD drive letter. In this example I have in the drive UFD I. So type bootsect / NT60 I: and press Enter (UFD is like you are in K, then the command to type is bootsect / NT60 C: ).
Creating a Bootable USB Flash Disk for Windows 7 and Windows XP Image
  • Command Prompt window can now be closed. Next live copy all the files in the Source Installer Windows 7 to your UFD.
Creating a Bootable USB Flash Disk for Windows 7 and Windows XP Image
  • When you want to use do not forget to set the BIOS so I can boot from USB.
Creating a Bootable USB Flash Disk for Windows 7 and Windows XP Image
  • UFD result you can use to install or repair Windows 7
Creating a Bootable USB Flash Disk for Windows 7 and Windows XP Image
WINDOWS XP
What is needed:
  1. Source Installer Windows XP. If your source form of a DVD then you need a DVD ROM (for those who do not have to borrow an external DVD ROM or borrow a laptop / computer DVD ROM friend who was still good, hehe ..). If your source form of the ISO then you do not need a DVD ROM drive again of course.
  2. UFD at least 2G.
  3. Download file MYA.zip in here . Mya file contains a folder in which there are three important applications of bootsect, PeToUSB, and USB_Prep8. Mya Extract the folder to your hard disk. In this example I extract to a folder Mya (D:).
Creating a Bootable USB Flash Disk for Windows 7 and Windows XP Image
The steps are:
  • Go to D: -> Mya -> PeToUSB_3.0.0.7 then right click PeToUSB and select Run as administrator .
Creating a Bootable USB Flash Disk for Windows 7 and Windows XP Image
  • When UAC window appears just click Yes .
Creating a Bootable USB Flash Disk for Windows 7 and Windows XP Image
  • PeToUSB window will appear. Make sure you mencontreng and fill the options as circled in red below. If you already click Start .
Creating a Bootable USB Flash Disk for Windows 7 and Windows XP Image
  • There will be a confirmation continue. Click Yes .
Creating a Bootable USB Flash Disk for Windows 7 and Windows XP Image
  • There will be a warning once again. Click Yes .
Creating a Bootable USB Flash Disk for Windows 7 and Windows XP Image
  • After formatting is complete, click OK .
Creating a Bootable USB Flash Disk for Windows 7 and Windows XP Image
  • Go to Start -> All Programs -> Accessories , then right-click on the Command Prompt and select Run As Administrator .
Creating a Bootable USB Flash Disk for Windows 7 and Windows XP Image
  • If it appears my windows UAC click Yes .
Creating a Bootable USB Flash Disk for Windows 7 and Windows XP Image
  • Type D: and press Enter . Next type CD MYABOOTSECT then press Enter .
Creating a Bootable USB Flash Disk for Windows 7 and Windows XP Image
  • Look carefully at your UFD drive letter. In this example I have in the drive UFD G. So type bootsect / NT52 G: and press Enter (UFD is like you are in K, then the command to type is bootsect / NT52 C: ).
Creating a Bootable USB Flash Disk for Windows 7 and Windows XP Image
  • Type CD .. then press Enter . Next type CD USB_Prep8 then press Enter .
Creating a Bootable USB Flash Disk for Windows 7 and Windows XP Image
  • Type USB_Prep8 then press Enter . Will appear a few details. Just press any key.
Creating a Bootable USB Flash Disk for Windows 7 and Windows XP Image
  • Furthermore, there will be some kind of choice. Previous first prepare Source Installer Windows XP. If you insert a DVD into the DVD ROM drive, if in the form of an ISO to immediately mount a virtual drive application that you have.
  • Type the number 1 and press Enter .
Creating a Bootable USB Flash Disk for Windows 7 and Windows XP Image
  • Select the drive where Windows XP Source Installer you are.
Creating a Bootable USB Flash Disk for Windows 7 and Windows XP Image
  • When the number 3 and press Enter .
Creating a Bootable USB Flash Disk for Windows 7 and Windows XP Image
  • Enter your UFD drive letter. Since last UFD is on drive G then type G and press Enter .
Creating a Bootable USB Flash Disk for Windows 7 and Windows XP Image
  • Type the numbers 4 and press Enter . Further confirmation will appear if you are sure to do the formatting. Just type Y and press Enter .
Creating a Bootable USB Flash Disk for Windows 7 and Windows XP Image
  • Wait until the formatting is complete. Then press any key.
Creating a Bootable USB Flash Disk for Windows 7 and Windows XP Image
  • The program will install, but just wait a while. If you have the display appears as below, just hit any key.
Creating a Bootable USB Flash Disk for Windows 7 and Windows XP Image
  • Confirmation window will appear. Click Yes and wait a while until the process is complete.
Creating a Bootable USB Flash Disk for Windows 7 and Windows XP Image
  • If completed, Migrate Change window will appear as below. Just click Yes .
Creating a Bootable USB Flash Disk for Windows 7 and Windows XP Image
  • Click Yes again to Unmount Virtual Drive.
Creating a Bootable USB Flash Disk for Windows 7 and Windows XP Image
  • After that, press any button twice and the UFD is now ready for use.
  • When you want to use do not forget to set the BIOS so I can boot from USB.
Creating a Bootable USB Flash Disk for Windows 7 and Windows XP Image
  • For the first boot select option number one (TXT Mode). After creating the partition and format the hard drive and copy files, computer / laptop will restart. This time, select option number two (GUI mode).
Creating a Bootable USB Flash Disk for Windows 7 and Windows XP Image
Creating a Bootable USB Flash Disk for Windows 7 and Windows XP Image
Explained to make Bootable USB Flash Disk for Windows 7 and Windows XP . Hope can help you, especially for those who do not have a DVD ROM. Good luck!

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