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Installare Windows da USB

Il tip riguarda Windows 2008, sarei curioso di provarlo anche con Vista...

A:  You bet it does, and it works very well — ideal for those servers that don’t or won’t have a DVD Drive. You’ll need a 4Gb USB Key, a high speed USB key is preferred.  Plug it into your workstation and format it using diskpart:

  • diskpart.exe
  • select disk 99  (run a list disk if you don’t know the number)
  • clean
  • create partition primary
  • select partition 1
  • active
  • format fs=fat32
  • assign
  • exit

    When the format is finished, robocopy your Windows 2008 CD across (robocopy E:/s F:), and then TADA that’s it.  Plug in your USB key and boot from it - most server boards support it these days.

    You can even get excited and use WAIK for the unattended installation  - read Waik.chm for more info.

  • Fonte: Q: Can Windows 2008 install from USB Key?

    Print | posted on sabato 15 dicembre 2007 00:04 |

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