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Installing Windows XP Using USB Flash Drive

The Windows XP operating system can be installed via CD or a USB flash drive with the operating system loaded on it. This article will show you how to install Windows XP on your PC using a flash drive.


Installing Windows XP on a USB Flash Drive

I want to format my hard disk via pen drive instead of XP bootable Cd. In short I want to make my pen drive as bootable XP disc. So give me appropriate steps or tell me to copy a file to pen drive from Xp bootable cd so it can work.

Solution

To Install Windows Xp OS from a USB Flash drive please follow these steps below carefully...
STEPS:-

CLICK ON PRIMARY DOWNLOAD SITE & DOWNLOAD USB DRIVE BOOTABLE TOOL
CLICK ON PRIMARY DOWNLOAD SITE
  • 3. COPY XP FILES ON PEN DRIVE WITH FOLDER NAME(WINXP)
  • 4. BOOT FROM USB
  • 5. AFTER COMPLETE BOOTING U WILL SEE THE PROMP C:/>
  • 6. C:/>SMARTDRV
  • 7. CD WINXP
  • 8. C:/WINXP>CD I386
  • 9. C:/WINXP/I386>WINNT
  • 10 NOW UR COMP START SOME FILES AFTER COMPLETING THIS UR COMP WILL RESTART
  • 11. DON’T REMOVE UR PEN DRIVE BUT SELECT OPTION BOOT FROM HARD DISK
  • 12. DONT FORMAT THE C: AND CONTINUE UR INSTALLATION AS A BOOTABLE CD


Thanks to amitfor this tip on the forum.

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