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Make a bootable Windows 7 USB flash drive installer

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How can I boot a Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit ISO file from the command prompt?

What steps do I need to take to boot from a command prompt?

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You'll need a bootable Windows 7x64 ISO file in order to do this, and an application like NeoSmart's Easy BCD. Once you have downloaded and installed a boot tool, you'll need to move your ISO to the root drive, otherwise the path might not be recognized. Then, you'll start EasyBCD, and make your Windows 7 64-bit ISO file bootable.

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The next time you start your PC, you'll be able to choose the ICO from your boot menu.

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I created the USB but don't know how to get it to start?

I have pressed the keys to make my computer start to Factory conditions but it says it won't be able to do so

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I want to make a Windows 7 USB stick to install Windows on my laptop?

I have 2 laptops and want to install Windows 7 on the laptops. I have tried: Download Windows 7 on a USB but didn't work. I think it was caused by: I don't know

You do not need to download Windows onto a USB stick. You will need to save the ISO image first onto your disk drive and use Windows 7 USB/DVD Download Tool (step 1 of the tutorial) to install the ISO image onto the USB stick, making it bootable. This means that you will be able to start your computer by loading from the USB stick, not the internal disk drive; but you have to enable booting up from USB in your BIOS.

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To access BIOS, you need to press a key or a key combination during the first few seconds of turning on your laptop, which is described in your manual that comes with the notebook or which can be downloaded online. To find out the manual you need, you will need to locate the model of the laptop and its brand on the body of the laptop. Then, visit the web site of the manufacturer and find the support section where you can enter your model number and look for manuals, This manual will also describe the BIOS menu items that should be modified to let you boot up from a flash drive (usually, it is something like "boot-disk priority").

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Please I want you to help me and show me how to make a bootable USB?

Please I want you to help me and show me how to make a bootable USB

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My laptop does not want to boot correctly. It gives me the boot menu?

Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit, when I select any of the options it gives me the Client Mac ADDR: 14 FE B5 AD 25 3B Guide ; 44454C4c - 4400 - 1046 - 8036 - b3c04f305131 DHCP....... I have tried: Selecting all of the options and pressing F8.. I think it was caused by: There was a disk in the DVD drive that contained the drivers for the USB and a link to Windows 7, so when it started up I think it ran the disk with the link. Now it does not want to boot up.

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