Installation, Start Windows From A USB Pen, Thumb Or Flash Drive

01/07/2011 17:00

Normally, Windows is installed, it uses optical media such as CDs and DVDs, but there are times when it is not possible to start the Windows installation disks using probably because your DVD player does not work, or if you use one of these ultra-portable laptops, it is not there.

Install Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows Vista from USB flash drives

To resolve this problem, you can use an external hard drive and install Windows normally, or to create a bootable flash (flash drive) to install Windows to go. In this tutorial, we will discuss them, and learn how we can create a bootable USB drive to install Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7 Moreover, as the Windows installation CD / DVD is much slower than the memory stick, then installation also saves time.

This article assumes that your computer has a motherboard that supports booting from USB. Laptops and desktops with the most modern care. If you bought your computer in the last 5 years, then you need not worry about it.
1. Plugin your thumb drive.
2. Start the computer. Enter the BIOS setup by pressing the Delete key. From the Start menu, select your flash drive as a boot device. Save the settings and restart the PC. (This step may be different for different teams. Consult your system manual for how to change the boot order of your PC.)

3. Installing Windows is loading.