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    Default Help Installing Xp / Vista from HDD

    Help Installing Xp / Vista from HDD
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    1st here's the situation..

    Suppose,
    1. Drive C:/ is the primary drive which has no OS.
    Drive D:/ is where have the XP / Vista Setup in ISO/Extracted Format.

    2. DVD-Rom Doesn't work.

    3. Booting options availiable: HDD & USB

    Now how can I install XP / Vista from HDD??

    Also if I want Dual Boot OS, How can i do from HDD?

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    Default Re: Help Installing Xp / Vista from HDD

    is there any solution of this problem?

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    Arrow Re: Help Installing Xp / Vista from HDD

    Click/Start setup.exe & start installing..

    ---------- Post added at 20:12 ---------- Previous post was at 19:58 ----------

    Or, there is a another way if u wanna clean install new OS from a USB Key / Pen Drive..

    1st Mount the ISO using any Virtual Disk Software like Alcohol 120%..

    then open a command promote Open RUN [Windows logo key] + R & then write CMD.exe & press enter..

    Then write this in command promote xcopy Z:\ M:\ /e /f [When ( Z: ) is the Optical Drive or the Virtual Drive & ( M: ) is the USB Key / Pen Drive]

    Note: Don't forget to format the USB key to FAT32 or NTFS filesystem..

    After the copying is done boot from the USB Key / Pen Drive..

    Hope this will help u..
    Last edited by coldfire7; June 6th, 2009 at 22:28.

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    Default Re: Help Installing Xp / Vista from HDD

    About that USB method... I read on some article that all My HDD Partitions need to be deleted.... is it nessessary here too.??

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    Default Re: Help Installing Xp / Vista from HDD

    Hey coldfire, I need your help. Another PC in my house has some issues. I tried reinstalling windows, but it gives a BSOD after setup copies all the files. Sometimes it gives a cdrom.sys corrupted error. Also while in Windows, USB drives don't work, neitehr does USB connected DVD Drives. Only the keyboard and mouse work.


    Edit: Will this http://www.liliputing.com/2008/04/in...-note-usb.html to work? The USB DVD Drive works when the PC is booting up but not in windows, so maybe USB keys will work as well?
    Last edited by aayman; June 6th, 2009 at 12:24.

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    Default Re: Help Installing Xp / Vista from HDD

    try this it m8 help :- http://www.megaupload.com/?d=Z6TUNGUT

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    Default Re: Help Installing Xp / Vista from HDD

    Quote Originally Posted by OoAIDoO View Post
    Thanx for the file
    anyhow Brother, have to tried or known anyone who tried and had success.?? also is all partition deleting needed or not??

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    Default Re: Help Installing Xp / Vista from HDD

    Quote Originally Posted by aayman_farzand View Post
    Hey coldfire, I need your help. Another PC in my house has some issues. I tried reinstalling windows, but it gives a BSOD after setup copies all the files. Sometimes it gives a cdrom.sys corrupted error. Also while in Windows, USB drives don't work, neitehr does USB connected DVD Drives. Only the keyboard and mouse work.


    Edit: Will this http://www.liliputing.com/2008/04/in...-note-usb.html to work? The USB DVD Drive works when the PC is booting up but not in windows, so maybe USB keys will work as well?
    I'm not 100% sure what is the problem or which hardware is creating it.. But Im guessing it's the Motherboard since the prob it related to USB. I faced a similar prob with my sisters old pc..
    Coz u r having prob with usb why don't u just copy Windows XP cd to u hdd & start setup from windows & re install it.. & that method should work if the only USB key will..

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    Default Re: Help Installing Xp / Vista from HDD

    Windows can't read the disc, but PC boots from it just fine.

    Btw, the instructions you gave before, I think a part is missing where you have to make the USB key bootable.

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    Default Re: Help Installing Xp / Vista from HDD

    Well.... is there anyway to boot to DOS using USB, then installing the Windows from HDD (which will make installation a bit faster) ???

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    Default Re: Help Installing Xp / Vista from HDD

    Quote Originally Posted by aayman_farzand View Post
    Windows can't read the disc, but PC boots from it just fine.

    Btw, the instructions you gave before, I think a part is missing where you have to make the USB key bootable.
    When u will use xcopy command it will copy everything to USB key including the boot files.. So no need to use anyting make it bootable (Might not work with XP but works fine with Vista & Se7en) ...
    NOTE: I've tested it & it works fine with Windows Vista & Se7en.

    ---------- Post added at 18:58 ---------- Previous post was at 18:55 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by ABDmaster View Post
    Well.... is there anyway to boot to DOS using USB, then installing the Windows from HDD (which will make installation a bit faster) ???
    Yes there is a way to do that but u will need a Win98 SE CD & have to write some commands (Some of which I have forgotten) that process only works for Windows 2000 & XP..
    Last edited by coldfire7; June 6th, 2009 at 20:04.

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    Default Re: Help Installing Xp / Vista from HDD

    Try this one. This guides explains almost everything you need to know:

    How to Create a Vista Installation USB Key
    Information
    This will show you how to create a USB flash key drive that you can boot from to install Vistawith.
    Tip
    If the USB flash drive is of sufficient capacity, say 8GB, then after copying the Vista installation DVD onto it, you can create a new folder (ex: Device Drivers) in the USB key and place all of your latest driver installation files in it. This way you will have them handy to manually install the drivers after installing Vista from the USB key.
    WARNING

    • You can only create a 32-bit Vista USB key from within a 32-bit OS (ex: Vista or XP).
    • You can only create a 64-bit Vista USB key from within a 64-bit OS (ex: Vista or XP).
    • The USB key needs to be at least 4 GB in size.
    • You must have a Retail Vista installation DVD, not a OEM Vista recovery CD.
    • This will delete everything on the USB key. Be sure to save anything that you do not want to lose on it somewhere else.
    • Before installing Vista from the USB key, you will need to:
      • Enable Legacy USB storage detect in the BIOS
      • Temporarily set the USB FDD (USB Flash Disk Drive) to be listed right before the hard drive (or partition) that you will be installing Vista on in the hard drive Boot Priority order list in the BIOS.
      • After you are finished installing Vista from the USB key, make the Vista hard drive (or partition) listed first in the hard drive Boot Priority order list in the BIOS.



    METHOD ONE:Use Program to Create Vista Installation USB Key
    NOTE
    You will need to have a Vista ISO file to do this. If you do not have one, then you can use the Create image file from disc feature of the free program ImgBurn with your Vista installation DVD to create the ISO file.
    1. Download and install the trial version of UltraIso.

    2. Plug in your USB key.

    3. Right click on the UltraIso shortcut, and click on Run as administrator.

    4. Click on File (menu bar) and Open. (See screenshot below)
    5. Navigate to your Vista ISO file and select it and click on the Open button. (See screenshot below)
    6. In the bottom Local pane, select your USB flash key drive. (See screenshot below)
    7. Click on Bootable (menu bar) and Write Disk Image. (See screenshot above)

    8. Make sure the locations are correct, and check the Verify box and click on the Write button. (See screenshot below)
    9. Click on Yes to confirm writing to the USB drive.

    10. When it's done, click on the Close button. (See screenshot below)
    11. You now have a Vista installation USB flash key drive.
    METHOD TWO:Manually Create Vista Installation USB Key
    1. Plug the USB key in.

    2. If AutoPlay opens a pop-up for the USB key, then just close it.
    NOTE: Make note of what the drive size is for the USB key for step 6 below. You can also open Computer (step 21) to see what the drive size is to. For example, mine is 3920 MB.

    3. elevated command prompt.

    4. In the elevated command prompt, type diskpart and press Enter. (See screenshot below)
    5. In the elevated command prompt, type list disk and press Enter. (See screenshot below)
    NOTE: Make note of what disk # your USB key is listed as for step 6 below. You can also look for the drive size (step 2) for the USB key to help ID the disk number. For example, mine is listed as Disk 1 here for the 3920 MB disk.
    6. In the elevated command prompt, type select disk # (your USB disk #) and press Enter. (See screenshot below)

    NOTE: You can also look for the drive size (step 2) for the USB key to help ID the disk number. For example, my USB key is listed as Disk 1, so I would type select disk 1 and press Enter.
    7. In the elevated command prompt, type clean and press Enter. (See screenshot below)
    8. In the elevated command prompt, type create partition primary and press Enter. (See screenshot below)
    9. In the elevated command prompt, type select partition 1 and press Enter. (See screenshot below)
    10. In the elevated command prompt, type active and press Enter. (See screenshot below)
    11. In the elevated command prompt, type format fs=ntfs and press Enter. (See screenshot below)

    NOTE: This may take a few moments to finish formatting the USB key.
    12. If AutoPlay opens a pop-up for the USB key, then just close it.

    13. In the elevated command prompt, type assign and press Enter. (See screenshot below)

    NOTE: This will assign a new drive letter to the USB key. Make note of the new USB drive letter for step 19 below. For example, mine is now H.
    14. If AutoPlay opens a pop-up for the USB key, then just close it.

    NOTE: Make note of the new USB drive letter for step 18 below. For example, mine is now H.
    15. In the elevated command prompt, type exit and press Enter. (See screenshot below)

    NOTE: This will exit you from DiskPart from step 4.
    16. Insert your retail Vista installation DVD into the DVD drive.

    17. If AutoPlay opens a pop-up for the retail Vista installation DVD, then just close it.

    NOTE: Make note of what the drive letter is for the DVD drive that has the retail Vista installation DVD in for step 19 below. You can also open Computer (step 21) to see what the drive letter is to. (See right screenshot below)
    18. In the elevated command prompt, type cd\ and press Enter. (See screenshot below)
    19. In the elevated command prompt, type F:\boot\bootsect.exe /nt60 H: and press Enter. (See screenshot below)

    WARNING: Subtitute the letter F for your DVD drive letter (step 17), and substite H for your USB key drive letter (step 13).
    20. When it finishes, close the elevated command prompt.

    21. Open the Start Menu, and right click on the Computer button and click on Open.

    22. Right click on the DVD drive (ex: F: ) that has the retail Vista installation DVD, and click on Open. (See screenshot below)
    23. Highlight all of the contents, right click on the highlighted contents, and click on Copy. (See screenshot below)

    NOTE: You will need to copy all of the files and folders on the retail Vista installation DVD to the USB key.
    24. Go back to Computer, right click on the USB key drive (ex: H ), and click on Paste. (See screenshot below)
    25. The contents of the retail Vista installation DVD will now start copying over to the USB key.

    NOTE: This may take a few moments to complete.
    26. When finished, you can close the Computer window and unplug the USB key.

    27. You now have a Vista Installation USB key.



    WARNING
    Before installing Vista from the USB key, you will need to:
    • Enable Legacy USB storage detect in the BIOS
    • Temporarily set the USB FDD (USB Flash Disk Drive) to be listed right before the hard drive (or partition) that you will be installing Vista on in the hard drive Boot Priority order list in the BIOS.
    • After you are finished installing Vista from the USB key, make the Vista hard drive (or partition) listed first in the hard drive Boot Priority order list in the BIOS.


    ---------- Post added at 20:16 ---------- Previous post was at 19:48 ----------

    Follow this Guide to Install XP from USB:

    How to install from USB- WinSetupFromUSB with GUI
    Last edited by Rubab; June 6th, 2009 at 21:02.

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    Default Re: Help Installing Xp / Vista from HDD

    Thanx codefire and asusqt

    I will try with both of your methods...!!!

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    Default Re: Help Installing Xp / Vista from HDD

    try this bro... ami ekta IBM er latop e xp install krtay success hoi c... oi laptop er dvd rom noshto chilo...


    http://www.ocia.net/articles/xpflashdrive/page1.shtml

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