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Do you know if it's possible to install Windows XP to my hard drive from a USB pen drive (instead of using a CD-ROM as source)?

My motherboard supports USB devices booting.

How can I make the pen drive bootable prior to copy the files from Windows CD?

Thanks for your suggestions.

Bye

Venator :hello:

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I Found A Tool Called PeToUSB v3.0

It Works With BartPE/WinPE So It Possibly "Might" Work with XP, ill try with 2k because ive got a small drive :blushing:

MY USB flsh drive is broke so i can only test it on a external hdd, it should do the same thing.

also you may have to copy the source files to hdd before installation. if it works ill wright a batch file and post it here

UPDATE:

Ive Tried And Tried And I Finally Gave Up Soz

Edited by C01eMaN
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Petousb has come in new version v3.0.0.7

Read more here

http://gocoding.com/page.php?al=petousb

Tested and works great with Kingston and Corsair USB

USB STICKS TESTED BY AUTHOR

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SanDisk Cruzer Mini SUCCESSFUL

PenDrive 2.0 Mini SUCCESSFUL

PQI iStick 2.0 SUCCESSFUL

I-Bead MP3 Player FAILED (I think the UFD initializes

too slow for the BIOS)

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This refers a outdated version and dosn't mention development source.

Solution was developed here at msfn.

Hey,

I was not aware that the source was developed here. I have now updated the article with a full reference to your source. I originally picked up the source from the following articals:

http://www.scartech.net/2008/08/22/install...al-flash-device.

http://www.eeeguides.com/2007/11/installin...-usb-thumb.html

no harm intended,

Frank

sentire.co.uk

Edited by frankylol
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