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How to prepare a USB thumbdrive to boot and install Windows 7
Your BIOS supports booting to USB device, and that functionality has been enabled.
Your empty USB device had 4GB free space (or more) available, and you’ve removed all other important files from this stick. This process
will WIPE IT CLEAN. You have been warned.
You’re using Windows Vista (or newer) DISKPART.
NOTE: Don’t insert the USB memory stick just yet. I’ll tell you when.
Open a command prompt as administrator. From the C:> prompt, type:
From the DISKPART> prompt, type:
list disk
Make mental note of the disks you have. Then, insert your USB stick, and
list disk
again. You should see a new disk with a new number. That’s the number you’ll use in the next command:
select disk X
(where X is the number for your USB drive).
To make sure that there’s nothing on the USB stick that will interfere with our booting, we’ll wipe out any partition information on the stick.
WARNING! This will wipe this stick clean! It will delete and destroy any data on this stick.
From the DISKPART> prompt, type:
Now we want to create our primary partition for booting. From the DISKPART> prompt type:
create partition primary
Now we want to change to that partition and make it an active or bootable partition. From the DISKPART> prompt type:
select partition 1
When that step completes, type:
Next we need to format our active partition and assign a drive letter to the boot partition.
From the DISKPART> promp,t type:
format fs=fat32 quick
When the format completes, type:
You can now exit DISKPART and close the command prompt.
The USB stick is now ready to boot. Next, just copy the files from the ISO (if you’ve mounted it using a tool which does this) or from the Windows 7
DVD onto the stick.
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