12 Jun 2012

How to Install Windows 7 from USB

To install Microsoft Windows 7 from USB, it is important to make the USB device bootable. For this, you need to run a bootsect.exe tool in the Windows 7 USB/Download tool to create the bootable device. Installing Windows 7 from a USB thumb drive is much faster than installing from a conventional CD. This method is very useful for the latest netbooks, most of which do not have a DVD drive.
How to Install Windows 7 from USB

Step1: First, download the ISO file for Windows 7 on your hard drive and run the Windows 7 USB/DVD download tool.

Step2: To run the Windows 7 USB/DVD download tool, click to open the installation file and then choose the option for Run. Follow the on screen instructions and specify where you want to install the file. When done installing the Windows 7 ISO file, first create a copy of the same on the USB file. Follow the given points to install windows 7 ISO file.
  • Click the Start button and open the Windows 7 USB/DVD download tool.
  • In the box that demands the source file name, type the path and name under which you have saved the Windows 7 ISO file you have downloaded. Alternatively, you can browse for the file and select it from the dialog box. Then click Next and select the USB device to create a copy on the flash drive.
  • Click on begin copying, to copy the ISO file into the flash drive.

Step3: Now, you need to open your USB drive and double-click the setup file (with .exe extension file) to start windows 7 installation on your computer.

Step4: After completing all the above steps, restart your computer.

Note:To get more help on windows 7 then you can reach online technical support service desk of V tech-squad at their Toll Free No +1-877-452-9201.

See also: How to Use USB Flash Drive As RAM in Windows 7

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