Question about Toshiba Satellite A135-S4527 Notebook
I take it there is no onboard optical drive on this model. Toshiba makes it a real pain to get your system back up and running. If it has an SD card reader you may be able to boot from that, or from a LAN connection.
If you are restoring from a disk image Use a second pc to write the image to the hard drive and then put the drive back into the toshiba. see my posting about toshiba m200 restore from image
Posted on Oct 11, 2010
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Record the USB flash drive disk number
Make the USB drive active.
mbrwiz /disk=X /active=1
For Windows Vista,
On the Start menu, navigate to the command prompt entry. Right-click and select Run as administrator.
Record the disk number of your USB flash drive.
Select the USB disk.
select disk X (X is the drive number of the USB flash drive)
List the current partition. Record the partition number.
Select the current partition and make it active.
select partition Y (Y is the partition number of the USB flash drive)
Creating bootable USB flash driveDownload Windows 7 iso (32-bit) file to your desktop (The download link is no longer valid).
Download and install WinRAR.
Right-click on the Windows 7 iso file and select Extract files. Extract the files to a folder (you can name the folder any name you want, but for illustration purpose, I name it win-7) in your desktop.
In your command prompt, cd to the windows 7 folder.
cd Desktop/win-7 (Change the destination to the folder that you have extracted)
bootsect /nt60 X: (X is the drive latter of your USB drive )
Now, copy all the files from the Windows 7 folder to the USB flash drive.
Reboot the computer. Remember to change the first boot device to your USB drive in the BIOS.
You should be able to install Windows 7 from your USB flash drive now.
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