How to make a DVD or USB stick bootable Windows 7 using Windows Vista, XP or 7 - video tutorial

How to make a DVD or USB stick bootable Windows 7 using Windows Vista, XP or 7 - video tutorial
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Hi friends, in today's tutorial we will learn how to easily make a USB stick or a bootable DVD with Windows 7 having Windows XP, Vista or 7 operating system. As everyone owns a Netbook or Notebook I thought this tutorial would be useful if you decide to install Windows 7. Already, CDs and DVDs have started to be used less and less, their place being taken by USB sticks because they are more practical, easy to use, much more portable and even cheaper in price. Plus, Netbooks do not have an optical drive so we can use a CD or DVD so we can install Windows 7 on them using a USB stick bootable with Windows 7. Microsoft offers users a free tool called Windows 7 USB / DVD Download Tool that allows us to create a bootable stick or a bootable DVD with Windows 7. Following a wizard, just following 4 steps and using as operating system any version of Windows, ... [Read more...]

How to make a bootable USB stick that will put Windows Vista or Windows7 - video tutorial

How to make a bootable USB stick that will put Windows Vista or Windows7 - video tutorial
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In this video tutorial we will see how to put a Windows 7 or windows vista on a usb stick without any help software, we will use only what Vista or 7 windows offers as standard. Some time ago my colleague Cristi did a tutorial on how to make a bootable stick with Windows XP, how to put a functional operating system on the stick and others on linux on the stick and mojopack on the stick. Today we will learn how to make a bootable stick with Windows 7 or Windows Vista, for this we need the Vista or 7 operating systems, ATTENTION on xp this method does not work. The method is very simple, all we need is a USB stick of minimum 4 Giga and have installed on Windows Vista or Windows 7 PC. We will work only from the command prompt, click on Start write to Search CMD top in the list right click on CMD and choose from the context menu "Run As Administrator ..." that ... [Read more...]