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Old December 23, 2011, 05:08 PM
Talnoy Talnoy is offline
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Originally Posted by lowfat View Post
1. Use ImgBurn to create an ISO of your current Windows 7 DVD.
2. Download the Microsoft Download tool. Use the tool to copy the contents of the ISO to the flash drive.
3. For most boards hitting F12 at POST should bring up the boot menu. Select the flash drive and it should start booting from it. Otherwise make sure that the flash drive has the highest boot priority in the BIOS.
4. Install Windows. Remove the flash drive once it reboots just after setup. Otherwise it may try to boot from the flash drive again.
I've done that, computer says that "there are no boot devices" under "removable" the boot menu, going to try looking under hard drive boot priority to see if it's there. Will update whether it works or not, thanks for the help!
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