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Install Windows from USB | Use WinToFlash 0.4.008

Install Windows from USB (NO RIBET,screenshots) -WinToFlash 0.4.008

 I want to share a good program for those who like to install Windows XP/Vista/7, directly from your flash drive!


Installing Windows from a flash drive is now hassle-free!

-No download boot files

-No download external files (HP format utilities, etc.), lsg can be formatted from here

-Enough with 1 program, just use the wizard! Just click clack click click done!

-Can install Win XP/2003/Vista/2008/7: WARNING: does not support windows 2000

-Can you use wizard, manual task with custom options [47] :


use this bro:

WinToFlash ver.0.4.008 (2.1 MB)

downloads:

Codes:

http://wintflash.com/download/en/

local : (credits to bro ses@ucing1)


Codes:

http://www.indowebster.com/WinToFlash_ver04008.html


NB: for those who are running from Windows 7, if there is an error like this, just ignore it, bro. no problem. I also use it from win7 [14]


Spoiler for error language: [BUTTON Input] (not implemented)____

[0.40008]

Developer message:

WinToFlash DLP_NotFound message Postby SV » 27 Aug 2009, 21:45

At some commuters with Windows 7 could appear information message “WinToFlash DLP_NotFound ” when WinToFlash loading.

This is language DLL error, full text of message is “WinToFlash <version> has not been tested under this version of Windows – perhaps it will not work correctly”. We will fix this in next release.


Here's the screenshots (Copy Win XP SP3 to generic USB 2.0 drive, tested by me):

for program screenshots:

[wtfwizardstep4]


You can't even use a wizard, bro! (Task/advanced mode)

 for task mode, there is also an option for automatic installation:

[wtfcustom4]


Quick Tutorial to install Windows from USB (req. bro aataqi)

By request bro aataqi, I made a short tutorial step by step to install windows from USB.

for short tutorials:

1. Plug the flash drive into the USB port

2. Enter windows, install WintoFlash and copy the windows setup file to the flash drive. Once done, restart.

3. When restarting, enter the BIOS. Make sure the BIOS can boot from USB. Look at the boot sequence section, if there is a USB-HDD, USB-CDROM, etc., it should be possible. If you can't, good luck


4. If you can boot USB, make sure the first boot device is a Removable Disk or HDD (depending on BIOS). If it's a HDD, it will be selected according to the USB drive (see picture)


5. Save settings in the BIOS, exit the BIOS, the computer will restart.

6. The computer will automatically boot from the flash. If not, it means something is wrong in step no. 3

7. When booting, a menu will appear as shown in the picture. To enter the setup screen, For Windows XP, select the “Text Mode”. If the "GUI mode" is later after the Text mode is complete and has restarted. For Vista/7 will go straight to GUI installation (no text mode).

Spoiler for boot menu:

[step9]


8. Usually windows installation restart 2x, Text mode, restart, GUI mode, restart. At the second restart, set the BIOS so that the first boot is not USB anymore, OR just unplug the flash drive so it doesn't boot to the flash again... the windows file has been copied to the hard disk

9. Done...just install drivers, programs, games, etc...browsing kaskus go to this thread and tell me if you can


FAQ (questions )

Spoiler for question:

1. How much Flashdisk capacity is needed?

Adapted to the master OS. If XP 1 CD => means a 1 GB flash drive is enough. If Vista/7 1 DVD => means it must be 4 or 8 GB


2. If you use ISO, do you have to mount it first or can you do it directly?

Must be mounted first. Later in WinToFlash, the source is taken from the mounted virtual drive.


3. What flash drive is recommended?

What is recommended is a flash drive that has USB 2.0 read/write. Some flash drives are read only USB 2.0, so when copying files to a flash it takes a long time. TS suggests using the S*ndisk brand because I've never been disappointed with this


4. I've managed to make a windows flash. Can it still be used to save other files or not?

Very possible. Flashdisk that still has remaining capacity, can be used for storage as well. So for example a 2 GB flash drive, 700 MB for XP installation, while the remaining 1.3 GB can be used to save files. CAUTION! Because there are many EXE files in the windows setup, be careful of viruses. Flash drives are susceptible to viruses.

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