A few weeks Microsoft launched a application with which could be created copies of Windows 7 bootable from USB sticks or DVDs. At the time the application was short-lived due to licensing issuesBut recently (ie yesterday) Microsoft relaunched Windows 7 USB / DVD Download ToolThis time under the protection LPG (Genaral Public License).
Those whom we like the idea of having Windows DO NOT wear the carrier (ie booting from USB-sticks) - And here I refer specifically to owners Netbooksfor which an installation of Windows can be a real treat, most of the time) - we recommend downloading them Windows 7 USB / DVD Download Tool and take a look at the following instructions:
1. Install the app, then open it. Select image . Iso a Windows 7 OS then click Next
2. Select the type of drive you want to create the bootable copy of Windows 7: USB-stick or DVD
3. If you select USB-stick, you will be prompted to connect the drive to your PC. It will be automatically detected (If compatible)
4. Click on begin Copy. You will be required to first USB-stick format then installation files will be copied to it.
5. If everything runs without errors (it is preferable not to use the PC during this time), the final will display Bootable USB device created Successfully.
Please note: To create a bootable USB stick with Windows 7, your system must meet the following conditions:
- Windows XP SP2, Windows Vista or Windows 7 (32-bit / 64-bit)
- Pentium processor minimum 233-MHz (recommended 300 MHz )
- Minimum 50MB space disk
- Minimum DVD-R drive or USB stick 4GB