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 Creating Portable Windows Vista and Windows 7 Installer

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PostSubject: Creating Portable Windows Vista and Windows 7 Installer   Sat May 01, 2010 10:19 am

First, you must have atleast 4gb (or higher) of flash drive and a Windows DVD installer. By the way, this only works in Windows Vista, Seven, and Server 2008. For some reasons, we will use the diskpart command to manage our flash drive, and in Windows XP the list disk command doesn’t recognize the removable drives and I don’t know why technically.

1. To get started, open Command prompt with Administrator privilege by clicking the Start button then type command in search area.



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