How to Install Windows 7 from USB easily

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  1. Doesn’t DiskPart have to be from Vista or Windows 7 in order to work on the USB Flash Drive?

  2. The DiskPart linked above is 10 years old. I don’t think it will work on flash drives.

  3. Hi all here,

    It’s very interesting the info here and i would like to try to create
    a bootable usb flash stick to install Win 7 in my laptop which hasn’t attached a DVD drive, but there are two problems:

    1. The download link provided here (step 1) for the “Win 7 USB/DVD download tool” is dead. No one didn’t noticed that??!

    2. DiskPart in Win XP i tried, can not “see” usb flash sticks..

    Now what..?

    Thanks

  4. Hi again,

    I’m sorry but the link is dead.. This is the same link which posted in thread
    referred in step 1 on this thread. So, where did you get this tool to make
    this comprehensive tutorial with screenshoots??

    Also, what about DiskPart? As i already mentioned, i tried this tool in
    Win XP, but it can’t see usb flash memory sticks..

  5. Windows 7 USB/DVD Download Tool – http://wudt.codeplex.com/
    Or use 7-zip to extract it from the Windows 7 ISO file…
    Windows_7.iso\sources\boot.wim\1\Windows\System32\diskpart.exe.
    This would have to be a 32-bit ISO if your current OS is 32-bit.

  6. Wintoflash is a better option. It creates the bootable install USB directly from the original DVD media. Why worry with ISO images when you dont have to?

  7. I downloaded and install windows 10 creator update, But I dont like it. After installation Microsoft shows downgrade option early after upgrading to Windows 10 and remove it after one month. I recently upgrade my windows 8.1 Professional operating system to windows 10 Professional being getting a license from ODosta Store
    But I did not like its overall structure. I think Its not Windows 10, Its version should be windows 6 as it has many faults.
    I tried to downgrade back to my existing win 8.1 os and I saw as Microsoft was giving me option to downgrade. I thought that I’ll downgrade after two month But after two month when I tried again, Microsoft removed that option. Now what to do. I searched and found your post, Which is very helpful for me. Thanks for sharing these details here.

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