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How can i make my usb bootable?

What are those files to make my usb bootable,,,

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Hey,

have a look at these two pages
http://www.bootdisk.com/pendrive.htm
and
http://blogs.oreilly.com/digitalmedia/2004/10/utility-to-make-usb-flash-driv.html


Let me know if you need anything else.


Thanks,
Ekse

Posted on Feb 16, 2009

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How to boot with usb flash drive. detailed please, I'm trying to many diff ways nothing working, bios is the only thing on comp.


It is possible to boot from a USB drive....but only if the USB drive has been formatted as bootable, in the same way that OS CDs and DVDs are bootable media. You have to have an operating system either on the hard drive or on the flash drive in order to boot the computer. The BIOS is simply a "Basic Input-Output System" that interfaces the computer hardware to the OS, whatever media it is on. That is why you have to select the boot device and the boot device priority in the BIOS during setup, so it can direct itself to the bootable OS. Once you have installed an OS, then all will work fine. Until then, you will continue to have issues. Normally, with Window-based systems (you don't say what OS you are trying to use), you would insert the bootable Windows setup disk in the CD/DVD drive, ensure the BIOS was set to boot to CD/DVD first, and start the computer. The windows setup file would load itself and start the OS install process. It may even be necessary to partition and format the hard drive during this evolution, but the setup program would lead you through that as well. I have seen Windows setup files loaded to USB sticks, but they require a special process to generate so the BIOS sees the USB as bootable.

Jun 26, 2015 | ASUS Computers & Internet

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Make USB bootable Windows XP Installation


In my Previous article I discussed how to make USB bootable Windows Vista/7 installation. Here I shall discuss how to make USB Bootable Windows XP Installation. A USB Bootable Windows XP installation is very useful when your Installation CD fails to run, or when your DVD drive is giving you nightmares. Just follow these very simple tips that i have mentioned here to make USB bootable windows XP installation.<br /> <span style="text-decoration: underline;"><b>What you will need:</b></span><br /> <ul> <li>One USB Drive, 1 GB or more. (2 GB recommended)</li> <li>Windows XP Installation Files</li> <li>WinToFlash software.</li></ul> Before you wonder what is WinToFlash, let me tell you it is a very useful tool that makes bootable USB drives. You can download it from <a href="http://wintoflash.com/download">http://wintoflash.com/download/.</a><br /> Now once you are ready to go just follow these instructions.<br /> <span></span><br /> <ol> <li>Get your Windows XP installation files and extract them to a specific location.</li> <li>Once these files are extracted, download the WinToFlash Software from the link given.</li> <li>Install the software as administrator.</li> <li>Follow the on-screen instructions.</li></ol>For a more complete and comphrensive instructions and more tips please visit <a href="http://www.dhakkan.co.in">my blog.</a><br />

on Feb 25, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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How to install Windows Vista/7 using bootable USB storage device


How to install Windows Vista/7 using bootable USB storage device Requires:
- Windows Vista/7 DVD 0r installation source (setup backup files)
- A 4GB USB 2.0 Storage device (Its recommeded to use USB 2.0 device for optimal performance)
  • Plug your USB storage device.
  • Run CMD and execute the following commands one by one.
  • Diskpart
Run Disk parition utility
  • List disk
To get disk index that is used to pefrom disk paritioning.
  • Select disk 1
Selects disk to pefrom disk paritioning.
  • Clean
Flush your existing all USB drive's partitions.
  • Create parition primary
Creates a parition as primary parition.
  • Format recommeded
Format your USB drive w/ recommeded parameters. (No need to worry about file system format)
  • Active
Set the parition as active to hold bootmgr.
  • Exit
To quit Diskpart utlity
Now copy all Windows Vista/7 files to USB storage device... thats all.
  • Boot your PC w/ it, you can install Windows Vista/7 via bootable USB storage device.
Note: If you face any trouble to boot w/ it or unable to boot, try this
FIX.
I:\Boot\Bootsect.exe /NT60 I: Where I: is the drive letter of USB storage device

on Aug 29, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Boot from usb


Introduction UNetbootin allows you to create bootable Live USB drives for Ubuntu, Fedora, and other Linux distributions without burning a CD. It runs on Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X. You can either let UNetbootin download one of the many distributions supported out-of-the-box for you, or supply your own Linux .iso file if you've already downloaded one or your preferred distribution isn't on the list.
Requirements
  • Microsoft Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7, or Linux, or Mac OS X 10.5+. Note that resulting USB drives are bootable only on PCs (not on Macs).
  • Internet access for downloading a distro to install, or a pre-downloaded ISO file
Features UNetbootin can create a bootable Live USB drive, or it can make a "frugal install" on your local hard disk if you don't have a USB drive. It loads distributions either by downloading a ISO (CD image) files for you, or by using an ISO file you've already downloaded.

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The current version has built-in support for automatically downloading and loading the following distributions, though installing other distributions is also supported:

Oct 15, 2011 | Microsoft Computers & Internet

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Boot flash drive


Hi,


Download the HP Format Tool and install it. Get your boot disk or the downloadable files and copy/extract them to a folder on your HD. Make sure anything on your USB Drive is backed up because we are going to format it...

Open the HP Format Tool
Start/Programs/Hewlett-Packard Company/HP USB Disk Storage Format Tool
It should automatically select your USB Drive.
Select FAT or FAT32 Under File System.
Select Create a DOS startup disk
Select using DOS system files located at and point to the folder containing the boot disk files.
Then click Start


Or you can download Win to flash ,follow the bellow link for details,
For Windows xp
http://www.intowindows.com/bootable-usb/
Or
http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/how-to-create-a-bootable-usb-drive-from-your-windows-cd/
For vista
http://downloadsquad.switched.com/2009/08/27/make-a-bootable-usb-installer-for-windows-xp-vista-7-with-wint/

Hope this helps.
Let me know if you need more information
Thanks.

Apr 26, 2011 | HP Compaq nc6320 Notebook

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How create a bootable pen drive in win 7


hi ashok, i am happy to help you, just follow this steps


Procedure : -


1. Insert your USB flash/pen drive to your system and backup all the data from the USB as your USB drive will be formatted during the process.


2. Now download WinToFlash tool (free) from here.



3. Run the tool, and browse to your Windows 7, vista , or XP DVD files (make sure that your USB drive letter is correct).

wintoflash1.jpg

4. Click Create button to begin the bootable USB process. Wait for few minutes to see the bootable USB.


5. That's all! Good luck

Jan 21, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Need a password


Dear i have send some instruction of need a password.
please follow the instructions.
and you receive a password.
Thanks.

1. Download a free demo version of Windows Key (to reset a "Demo12345" password for a trial) or buy an instant download online (to reset an unknown password)
2. Run the downloaded file to install Windows Key. You can install Windows Key on any PC you have access to
3. At the end of the installation process enable the "Run Windows Key" check-box and click the "Finish" button. Windows Key will be launched automatically
4. Create a password reset CD, USB Flash drive or a driver floppy following the instructions below:
Using a Windows Key bootable CD 1. Click the "CD image" link
2. Insert Windows Setup CD and browse for the TXTSETUP.SIF file. The file is usually located in the 'I386' folder of the Windows Setup CD. Click "Next" (Don't have any Windows Setup CD? Request a Windows Key .ISO download)
3. Enter you name and set your own password for the bootable CD (you may set an empty password). Click "Next"
4. WindowsKey.iso file is created
5. Insert a blank CD, specify your burning drive from the list and click "Next"
6. Windows Key password reset CD is ready
What should I do next?
7. Reboot your system with this CD
8. Windows Setup process starts
9. After all the required files are loaded from the bootable CD, Windows Key starts working. It displays your license info and asks to enter the password that you set for the bootable CD
Continue to step 14*
Using a Windows Key bootable USB Flash Drive 1. Click the "USB Flash Drive" link
2. Connect a blank USB Flash Drive. Click "Next"
3. Insert Windows Setup CD and browse for the TXTSETUP.SIF file. Click "Next" (Don't have any Windows Setup CD? Request { /iso-request.htm } a Windows Key .ISO download)
4. Enter you name and set your own password for the bootable USB Flash Drive (you may set an empty password). Click "Next"
5. Windows Key password reset USB Drive is ready

What should I do next?
6. Reboot your system with this USB Drive. To reboot your PC with USB Flash Drive you may need to set the following options for the BIOS Setup Utility: after rebooting your PC please press "Del" or "F2" to run BIOS Setup Utility, go to the "Boot" section and press "F6" to move the "Hard Drive" device up, press "Enter" on the "Hard Drive" option and press "F6" to move the "USB Drive" device up. After all the changes are set please press "F10" to exit and save the settings
7. Windows Setup process starts
8. After all the required files are loaded from the USB Drive, Windows Key starts working. It displays your license info and asks to enter the password that you set for the bootable USB Flash Drive
Continue to step 14*
Using a Windows Key driver floppy 1. Click the "driver floppy" link
2. Insert a blank floppy into the floppy drive and click "Next"
3. Enter you name and set your own password for the driver floppy (you may set an empty password). Click "Next"
4. Windows Key creates three files on the floppy: winkey.sys, winkey.inf and textsetup.oem. The driver floppy is ready What should I do next?
5. Insert Windows Setup CD or bootable floppy and reboot your PC
6. Windows Setup blue screen appears
7. Press "F6" when Windows Setup prompts for additional drivers at the bottom line of the blue screen
8. Windows Setup continues loading required files from the bootable CD or floppies
9. Windows Setup prompts you to press "S" to specify additional drivers. Press "S" and insert the Windows Key driver floppy
10. Press "Enter" to specify the "Windows Key" driver
11. Windows Setup loads the files from the floppy drive
12. Windows Setup continues loading the files from the Setup CD or prompts you to continue with the rest of the bootable floppies
13. After all the required files are loaded from the Setup CD or bootable floppies, Windows Key starts working. It displays your license info and asks to enter the password that you set for the driver floppy
Continue to step 14*
Boot Mode 14. Please enter the password that you have set for the Windows Key bootable media
15. Select the Windows installation to be unlocked
16. Windows Key asks: "Undo Windows Key changes? (Y/N)". Press "N" if you want to reset the password or "Y" if you want to leave the original passwords and cancel the program changes
17. Select the account to reset the password for
18. Windows Key asks: "Reset 'account_name' password? (Y/N)". Press "Y" to reset the password or "N" to leave the original password
19. Windows Key asks: "Reset password for another account? (Y/N)". Press "Y" to reset password for another account or "N" to quit Windows Key
20. Remove the Windows Key bootable media and restart your PC.







Mar 02, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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How do you make a bootable USB flash drive


Here's a utility that would be easy and perfect for your problem, HP USB Disk Storage Format Tool - v2.1.8, please click on the link below:

http://files.extremeoverclocking.com/file.php?f=197

Instructions are on the website, hope this helps.

Nov 22, 2009 | SanDisk 1GB Cruzer Titanium USB Flash...

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I have some problems on my pc, i want to make bootable pan drive


I have used a usbhelper software to make bootable USB drive. You can search internet for the bootable USB flash drive program for your computer. Once you have the program installed you can use the img file of the system CD to make the pen drive bootable. If you don't have the image file you could create one with ISO burning program like Nero.

Sep 18, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional With...

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I was trying to boot my pc from usb but it was noot bootable how to make usb drive bootable


Have had loads of usb media, as far as I know some USB sticks are bootable others are not, usually it will say either on the manual or on the box of the product whether its bootable. If it is bootable format the usb drive fully then copy the BOOT.INI, NTLDR, and NTDETECT from the root directory of your PC's boot drive to the flash drive. These files are hidden by default, so you will either have to configure Windows Explorer to show hidden files (including protected operating system files) or you will have to open a Command Prompt window and use the COPY command to copy the files. If you choose to use the Windows Explorer method, then open Internet Explorer and enter C: into the address bar so that you are looking at your local hard drive. Next, select the Folder Options command from the Tools menu. When the Folder Options properties sheet opens, select the View tab. Now, just select the Show Hidden Files and Folders and deselect the Hide Extensions for Known File Types and the Hide Protected Operating System Files check boxes. Click OK to continue.

Now that you have formatted your USB flash drive and installed the boot files onto it, the next thing that you must do is to configure your PC to allow you to boot from the flash drive. This is all done through the computer's BIOS Setup. I can't give you specific instructions for this part, because every computer is different. I can give you a few pointers though.
You can access your computer's BIOS by pressing a specific key immediately after you turn the PC on. The key varies, but it is usually either [F1], [F2], or [Delete]. Once you are in the BIOS Setup, you should verify that all of your computer's USB options are enabled. This might include things like support for legacy USB devices or support for USB 2.0. If there is a time out setting for USB devices, you should set it to the max to insure that the system doesn't time out while waiting on the USB device to boot.
Next, find the section on boot device priority. Normally, a USB flash drive (which is usually listed as USB-HDD, but may be listed as a removable device) will have a very low boot priority. If the USB flash drive's boot priority is lower than the hard disk (listed as HDD) then the only time the computer would ever boot off of the USB flash drive is if the system were to fail to boot from the hard disk. You must therefore rearrange the boot device priority so that the flash drive has a higher priority than the hard drive.

Jul 01, 2009 | SanDisk Computers & Internet

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