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I purchased a SanDisk 16GB USB Flash and am attemping to load WinXP to it and make it a bootable WinXP environment. I am using a Win7, and have opened a command prompt. After remembering a few old dos commands such as (c: D: W: cd\ cd cd.. format) and so on.. I used the command prompt to format my USB W: to NTFS, using, FORMAT W: /FS:NTFS , which took about 3 hrs on the USB drive, and then I used Win7 Manager to copy the XinXP CD to my USB, All seem to work up to this point, so I restarted the computer as to boot from XPCD install disk which worked and proceeded to to Fresh install WinXP to my USB preserbing the new NTFS that I had just created. Setup seemed to wok fine allowing Setup to copy and extrct the files it needed, and then the system rebooted to allow the USB to load and continue to finish XP setup, however, after restart, the computer successfully sees the USB drive and attempts to boot XP setup but fails and hangs in a bluescreen of death. I believe I am on the right track, but now am upset and confused. AM I perhaps missing Bootsect.exe or NTLDR and if so how do I get them to my USB? And to make things worst, if I remove the USB drive and try to reboot system without USB, win7 is now saying that it is corrupt and will not load. HELP?
hey frndss there r trick to make bootable usb for 7 & vistarun cmd as administrator then chanhe the path to boot folder for bootsect commandtype thisbootsect /nt60 destination drive latter /forceeg:= bootsect /nt60 k: /force
hey guys why to make usb disk bootable just install any version of windows in ur usb drive directly but it should be 8gb usb drive for win 7 and vista and it should be 4 gb for xp,98 and vista portable. 2b1af7f3a8