Saiera Posted March 15, 2007 Share Posted March 15, 2007 You know that the walkthrough that is described in the WAIK is short and logical and it works great. The problems that arise most of the time when trying to boot from USB are hardware related. If you are able to boot in other cicumstances from your USB (assuming that it will see it as a HD too) then it should work with winpe 2.0I have tried mainly with intel boards cuz they support usb boot and the steps are quiet fast.Assuming that you have already your source of winpe from the c:\winpe_x86\iso the rest is make sure you format it under a vista or winpe enviroment otherwise i dont think it will work since they use different ways from previous versions.after using the same script that is in the WAIK for diskpart simply format it as fat32 and go back to your source computer, run the comand for copying your c:\winpe_x86\iso folder which you might want to include also tools like imagex.exe etc. No matter how many HD's you have connected if your system has a usb boot feature and u can select the priority it will work just fine. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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