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Install of XP or Windows 7 from USB After Booting with 7 PE and by using WinNTSetup2x86.exe and Setup ISO file in Virtual drive 0. Use BOOTUSB.exe to prepare USB or HDD drive for booting with Grub4dos Menu and using 7 PE Boot Image file - Info BOOTUSB -Info MakePE3 - 1.

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Boot from USB or HDD with 7 PE loaded in RAMDISK - use Grub4dos Boot Menu and 7pex86E.iso Boot Image file 2. Use R-mouse to Mount Windows Setup ISO in ImDisk virtual drive - If needed first Install ImDisk driver by running imdiskinst.exe (also available in makebt folder) 3. Quick Format TargetDrive - use NTFS FileSystem 4. Run WinNTSetup2x86.exe and prepare Target drive for Install of XP or Windows 7 Thanks to JFX - 5. Reboot from Target Drive and Install XP or Windows 7 Instead of 7 PE you can use any other way of booting that allows you to Format and prepare your Target Drive. You might decide e.g.

To boot with Portable Windows XP IMG or with Windows 7 VHD from USB In any case you can use WinNTSetup2x86.exe to prepare your Target drive for Install of XP or Windows 7 See Tutorial file XP-W7-Setup.txt in IMGXP HelpInfo folder Info IMGXP - Download - The advantage is that you never boot from USB during XP Setup and that makes everything much more reliable and you have full control of what you are doing. Also using a single XP Setup ISO file mounted in ImDisk Virtual drive is much more reliable than having a bunch of XP Setup files on USB. Transfer of the ISO file to USB is much faster and easier to maintain.

Instead of USB-stick it is much better to use Portable 2.5 inch USB-harddisk e.g. Samsung S2 As easy to carry and connect, but much higher speed and more capacity. old approach with useful info left here for reference. USBMultiBoot.cmd - Install XP from USB. 1.

Free mtn airtime pin number generator. Introduction The Batch Program USBMultiBoot.cmd can prepare a Bootable USB-Stick, which can be used to Install XP from USB. Install from USB-Drive is of general use, it's convenient and faster than installing from CD or DVD, but is limited to computers that are able to boot from USB, as determined by BIOS and Motherboard. Play free generator rex games.

Updating and Changing an USB-stick is also easier than preparing a new Bootable CD or DVD. Install XP from USB is very useful when the computer does not have a optical drive, like e.g. ASUS Eee subnotebook. Preparing a Bootable USB-Drive with USBMultiBoot.cmd Involves:.

Format USB-stick like a Bootable Harddisk Drive with NTLDR BootSector using PeToUSB or HP USB Format Tool. Select from the Main Menu of USBMultiBoot.cmd 1 - Give XP Setup Source Folder and give UserData for XP Setup 2 - Give USB-Drive Target 3 - Make Bootable USB-Drive with XP Setup Folders Installing XP from USB requires a Reboot from USB-Drive and Select from Boot Menu: 1.

Begin TXT Mode Setup Windows XP - Download Direct from CD Forum: -Unpack to your Harddisk in a simple Path without SPACES. USBMultiBoot.cmd is Vista Compatible, but requires User Account Control OFF. In this case a BOOTMGR type BootSector is made when Formatting the USB-Drive. Such Bootsector is Detected and Auto Converted by BootSect.exe to NTLDR type Bootsector required for booting with boot.ini Menu XP as OS is Preferred for Speed of FileCopy to USB ( 10 min instead of 30 minutes for Vista OS ) The procedure for installing Windows XP from a bootable USB-stick was developed by ilkot, jaclaz, cdob, porear and wimb at MSFN Forum - Install XP from USB at MSFN Forum - List of FAQs - More Info See - More Help with Bookmarks is available in the HelpInfo Folder in - Use of MultiBoot.cmd and everything in this Guide is COMPLETELY use at your own risk.

XP-Source Preparation -. BEFORE YOU START. Make sure that your XPSOURCE Folder is located on your Harddisk in a simple Path without SPACES.

Copy the Contents of your Windows XP Setup CD to your XPSOURCE Folder on Harddisk. Siginet's RyanVM Integrator or nLite can be used to Integrate Windows UpdatePacks in the XP-Source. Windows XP UpdatePacks and Addons: Supports the use of BTS DriverPacks located in OEM Folder on USB-Drive For installing XP on modern systems with SATA Drives it is needed to use DPsBase.exe for Integrating in your XPSOURCE BTS DriverPack Massstorage with TXT Mode Enabled. In that case a lot of Extra RAID SCSI and SATA Drivers (about 120 extra) are Integrated and will appear in the XP Setup BootFolder $WINNT$.BT on USB-Drive and can prevent a lot of XP Installation Boot Problems.

First use RyanVM Integrator and then use DPsBase to Improve your XP-Source. The program supplies a Customized presetup.cmd and changes the winnt.sif file for use of DriverPacks. The Complete XP-Source is Copied by USBMultiBoot.cmd to XP LocalSource Folder $WINNT$.LS on USB-Drive Computation of Estimated XP Folder Size is used to prevent USB-stick overflow and includes $WINNT$.BT + cmpnents + I386 + AMD64 + $OEM$ + OEM Folders.

Excluding LANG and WIN98X Folders from Copying to USB can be Selected from USBMultiBoot.cmd Main Menu, which can reduce the XP-Source on USB-Drive by 135 MB. Reduction of the XP WINDOWS Folder can be achieved with nLite but do NOT select Operating System Options-Manual Install and Upgrade for removal. If you do you will get BSOD, error 0x0000006F during Text mode Setup of Windows XP. 3.

Making a Bootable USB-Drive with USBMultiBoot.cmd - Remove all other Removable Drives, like USB Backup Harddisks and Memory Cards - Use USB-sticks with High Read/Write Speeds of about 15 MB/sec - Unpack to your Harddisk in a simple Path without SPACES. Launch USBMultiBoot.cmd and Display the Format Menu - Format the USB-Drive with FAT or NTFS. Note: FAT32 is very SLOW for installing XP. P) - PeToUSB - FAT Format - Max 2 GB To Format USB-Drive: Enable Disk Format with LBA FAT16X Do NOT Select 'Enable File Copy' of BartPE File Copy Options. I tried this. File copying to USB drive works fine but in the mid of file copying from USB to SSD(ASUS EEE PC), I got file read error at around 50%.

Some files are missing. I tried reformatting the USB drive and redo the whole process but still get file reading error. I'm using XP Pro SP 3 image for XPSOURCE.

Ive tried 16GB SDHC, 2GB SD and a 2GB USB flash drive. Please, post this on the 'main' Install XP from USB Forum: XP SP2 normally works, but also XP SP3 has been reported as working. Please post the more details, and the choices you took while in Multiboot USB, see this thread for an example of the info you should give. Also, are you using English or Japanese source (maybe it's the latter that can be cause of the problem). Are you using a 'full', 'untouched' source or you made ANY modification (unattended, nlite, etc.?), if you made ANY modification, please also list them. Hello, i found this program and tutorial amazing, but i have a little problem.

I'm able to boot from usb and to install xp, but this work just once, i explain, i need to install xp on many pc, on the first pc everything work without a problem, when i try on the second pc i'm able to boot, i can format and partitioning hard drive but when it start copying file i get a lot of can't find errors on file like: bootvid.dll kdcom.dll c1252.nls c437.nls lintl.nls vgaoem.fon acpi.sys wmilib.sys atapi.sys disk.sys classpnp.sys dmio.sys dmload.sys ftdisk.sys and many other. I have the same problem with another pen drive. Hope someone can help me. I'm able to boot from usb and to install xp, but this work just once, i explain, i need to install xp on many pc, on the first pc everything work without a problem, when i try on the second pc i'm able to boot, i can format and partitioning hard drive but when it start copying file i get a lot of can't find errors on file like:The procedure is OK for XP-SP2 and SP3. If you have other XP Source, please read FAQ-5 in There is however recently developed a NEW procedure using USBXPSetup package, Install XP from USB AFTER Booting with PE from HDD or USB, which does not have this problem. In fact the only thing I do is Create the XP BootFolder $WINNT$.BT of only 12 MB on the Install Drive by parsing dosnet.inf and to specify in TXTSETUP.SIF where to find the FULL XPSOURCE. XP Setup Source Folder can be on USB-stick or on partition 1 of USB-HDD or second HDD-Drive.

The XP Source might even be on CD/DVD, but we prefer of course to Install from fast USB-stick. So the $WINNT$.LS of about 500 MB is not made in this NEW way of Install XP from USB, this saves time and there is no risk of loosing files during the XP Setup process.I advice you to use the NEW procedure. It is NOT the PATA Harddisk which is causing the problem. In general your BIOS / Motherboard and USB-stick type determine whether you can boot from USB. But to solve your problem you can try the NEW technique:.

Install XP from USB AFTER Booting with PE from HDD or USB. The advantage of the NEW technique is that there are no changes needed in the BIOS Setting. Booting for XP Setup occurs all the time as normal from the C-Install Drive if you Install on C-Drive. Thus the USB-stick does not need to be bootable and it is not needed that the motherboard supports booting from USB.

Thanks Nuno for this interesting Info. It is funny to see the program in action on this You Tube Video. May be the Video quality can be further improved for better readability of the screens.

Anyway it is a very nice presentation. The author of this video I would like to advice to SET the BootPriority as described in the END Help such that USB-Drive is seen as First Harddisk, before launching TXT-mode of Setup XP so that the whole procedure runs automatically without the WINDOWS system32 hal.dll file missing Error. By the way, this ERROR only means that the WINDOWS folder is not found on the drive where it was expected.

It is necessary to Boot all the time from the USB-drive. HELP for Using MultiBoot USB-Drive. Read HelpUSBMultiBoot.txt File Boot with USB-Drive plugged and Press Delete or F2 to Enter BIOS Setup Change BIOS Boot Settings: Harddisk is First Boot Device Type and USB-Drive is seen as First Harddisk Reboot from USB-Drive and Make Selection from Boot Menu.

HELP for Using USB-Drive for Install of Windows XP:. First Remove ALL Other USB-Drives. So Harddisk in Setup gets DriveLetter C Reboot from USB-Drive and Select 1. TXT Mode Setup Windows XP Use Only C: Drive of Computer Harddisk as Partition for Install of Windows XP and then Select Quick Format with NTFS FileSystem, XP Install is Automatic. NEVER UNPLUG USB-Drive.

Until After First Logon of Windows XP New Harddisk and Creating Partitions after Booting from USB-Drive: Direct after Deleting and Creating New partitions, Quit XP Setup with F3 OR Switch OFF your Computer and Boot in any case from USB-Drive again and Run 1. TXT Mode Setup again so that DriveLetters get their Correct Value So in this case one Boots. TWICE. in the TXT-mode Setup End Program - USBMultiBoot.CMD will be Closed. Hi All, I followed the instruction and i have two problems: - In the installation progress, I have two error messages of cannot find binifix.cmd and another.cmd file - After the installation I can boot into XP with the USB plugged in.

If I remove the USB then I have the following error message: 'Windows could not start because of a computer disk hardware configuration problem Could not read from the selected boot disk. Check boot path and disk hardware Please check the Windows documentation about hardware disk configuration and your hardware reference manuals for additional information' Could you please help me? Thanks in advance Chinh. I have only one small stuff which I think I can fix is the boot menu now with 'USB Repair NOT to Start Microsoft Windows XP Professional' along with 'Microsoft Windows XP Professional'. I think I can change the boot.ini to fix that. Do you have any advice for me?

Thanks again for your help!You are welcome. Yes, you can remove from boot.ini that entry all right: multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(1)partition(1) WINDOWS='USB Repair NOT to Start Microsoft Windows XP Professional' /noexecute=optin /fastdetect if you are not going to use that option.