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Booting A Windows XP Installation From An External Hard Drive
But I can also think of a drawback: Because of Product Activation, it would only work well on the system it was originally configured to run on (provided you haven't just That way if something does go wrong you can always copy the good edited file from the backup folder and not have to do all the work again. 8) Repack the Tried a dozen times… ?? Also what size is your usb stick. have a peek here
Providers have stepped up to address those challenges with public ... We are done with it. 6-B) DOSNET.INF Now, open DOSNET.INF , and change the second [Files] section (yes there are 2 sections called [Files]) to look like this: [Files] d1,usbboot.inf d1,_default.pif lastly, how did you format the HDD? This would be confirmed by using the fdisk command to let you see all drives and you also deleted non-dos partions.Click to expand...
Install Windows Xp Usb External Hard Drive
As far as I can tell my system does not have any other BIOS options.the BIOS does not seem to recognize any Boot discs except a USB with Ubuntu 12.04.2LTS.XP would Anyway, that's the direction you need to go in. Sam Sep 13, 2009 #14 stealthmode TS Rookie Posts: 26 I have tried what you are trying and it doesn't work, too much variables to go wrong If you want First the USB-drive was reconised as a DVD-drive?!
- both usb sticks are 4 GB.
- Reply Abdul Waheed September 11, 2016 Thank you so much .
- Also why the grub as this is linux?
Feb 13, 2011 Can you install XP on an external hard drive Sep 18, 2008 Using an external hard drive to boot a different operating system? Save the file, and move it to the folder where your edited files are. (Also note: the spaces in the text below are fine) Code: [usbservices] HKLM,"SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\USBSTOR","DisplayName",0x000000 00,"USB Mass Storage Driver" The error code as you may know is telling you you have an inaccessible boot device which will not then get to the splash screen. Install Windows Xp From Hdd Running the CMD as Administrator I do get the message "Acess denied" when I type "clean" for the selected USB-drive (also 1).
Now select your external hard drive from the list and move it to the top of the list. TechSpot Account Sign up for free, it takes 30 seconds. thx for help in advance Sep 13, 2009 #16 stealthmode TS Rookie Posts: 26 Hi there, you are doing something different to what I thought so my mistake for assuming About the author: Serdar Yegulalp is editor of the Windows Insight, (formerly the Windows Power Users Newsletter), a blog site devoted to hints, tips, tricks and news for users and administrators
Our changes invalidated the checksum, and therefore the driver is no longer signed. Bootable External Hard Drive Step 2 of 2: You forgot to provide an Email Address. However, an error message came up saying that: "A problem has been detected and windows has been shut down to prevent damage to your computer." Originally on my desktop machine, I Just to be sure all is updated in the ISO, close and repoen the ISO in WinISO or your program of choice.
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Main Sections Technology News Reviews Features Product Finder Downloads Drivers Community TechSpot Forums Today's Posts Ask a Question News & Comments Useful Resources Best of the Best Must Reads Trending Now Already have an account? Install Windows Xp Usb External Hard Drive However, during install setup and after selecting language etc., when i choose to install win 10 on USB HDD, windows declines to go ahead stating that "Setup does not support configuration Windows Xp External Hard Drive Have you given virtual PC a try?
It is highly worth the time and trouble. http://lebos.org/hard-drive/buslink-external-hard-drive-expert.php Otherwise we all would have been doing that for years2. We are done with it. 6-B) DOSNET.INF Now, open DOSNET.INF , and change the second [Files] section (yes there are 2 sections called [Files]) to look like this: [Files] d1,usbboot.inf d1,_default.pif gormo4Member Since: June 29, 2008Posts: 5401gormo4FollowForum Posts: 5401Followed by: 0Reviews: 92 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#1 Posted by gormo4 (5401 posts) - 6 years, 6 months agoHey guys,I have a legit CD Windows Xp External Hard Drive Not Recognized
Sep 14, 2009 #21 stealthmode TS Rookie Posts: 26 Okay, now trust me on this next bit, look at my .pdf tutorial and do exactly as it shows, stage for stage. Now restart your computer again and you're done! All our modifications are done. 9) Create one last folder: On your C: drive create one last folder and name it "final edit" then copy the following files to it: USB.IN_ Check This Out times have changed :) Use WinToFlash to prepare the USB Hard Disk Drive.
However, proceed and see what happens. 2) Confirming the "Bootability" of your USB-Drive Shut down your computer Connect your USB drive directly to one of your USB ports on your computer, Install Windows 10 From External Hard Drive so i got the idea maybe i could install xp onto a usb flashdrive, or external hd. I have an external usb DVD writer but in the bios the CD player still remains status not connected.
The question is would you look into burning and ISO to the drive or finding a utility that could mount the image as a virtual drive?
Sep 14, 2009 #20 klokluider TS Rookie Posts: 18 stealthmode said: You have a dell with a clear HDD that has been formatted with fat32. I think you can "burn" an ISO to a flash drive and then boot to your flash drive. Without this, or not done right, then you will never get the stick to boot. this contact form There.
Has anyone had success getting this to work on systems that can't boot from dvds/floppies?