Each of the .IN files contains exactly one .inf file. This is usually not a big problem. I had the same problem and it worked for me. No need to go the 'DOS' route. check over here
Installation with CD is no option. Best to create a New Thread on the actual support forums, for any technical support Feb 17, 2009 #7 wilb0 TS Rookie Didnt work for me, I maybe did something I am going to get you to the stage of your usb stick holding the entire win xp Cd. Evaluate hybrid cloud management tools for your enterprise needs Selecting hybrid cloud management tools is a complex task. http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/how-to-install-and-boot-windows-on-an-external-usb-hard-drive.116114/
You have a dell with a clear HDD that has been formatted with fat32. Not the answer you're looking for? This topic is locked from further discussion. I have a 1tb external hard drive, I want to install the operating system windows XP, then connect the external hard drive (with the operating system windows XP on the hard
Simply open WinISO or your ISO program of choice, and select Actions -> Make ISO from CDROM, and save your CD image to a convenient place on your hard disk drive. Dec 25, 2008 #4 killbob TS Rookie yeah so one day i decided to reformate my hd on my laptop, had to remove it from the laptop to do it. (file Save your settings and exit. Install Windows Xp From Hdd 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
Have you also now only got a C: drive showing and no other partion. If not (seems to be the cases with many of the Freecom USB HDDs for example), you will get an error like "Windows is unable to find your drive, partition, data It's just your Bios needs to be setup to boot from CD as first option By the way, this being a Guide, and located in the Guides and Tutorials forum, means their explanation i have 4 old pc's from a school which are formatted.
In all other cases i get the error before the splash screen. Run Windows Xp From Usb Flash Drive Helpful +5 Report walex88 11Posts Tuesday April 8, 2008Registration date July 23, 2008 Last seen Jun 16, 2008 02:42PM it is possible 2 install window xp via usb drive.send u a What kind of screw is this? I also will take you through dell and bios problem if we have to but I don't think this will happen. 1.
stealthmode said: Also I need to know you have a genuine and real hologram XP cd in front of youClick to expand... If that is the case you can bootusing the WINXP installation disk directly from your external CDdrive. How To Install Xp On External Hard Drive C:\cabsdk\BIN (The following assumes you saved the files you extraced from the iso file to "C:\primary").. Windows Xp External Hard Drive Not Recognized Also your usb drive, put it into a working comp and use the hp format utility to format it.
If your laptop does not have an internal floppy drive it isprobable that you can boot from an external drive as I believe (notcertain) that laptops without internal floppy drives will http://ix2003.com/windows-xp/how-to-wipe-a-hard-drive-windows-xp-without-cd.html I used a 1.1 USB 1Gb packard-bell MP3 player as my flash drive. Another possible use is if you had a system with a defective or problematic IDE controller, but still wanted to use it to run Windows somehow. This page has been accessed 229,722 times. Install Windows On Usb Hdd
Submit Your password has been sent to: By submitting you agree to receive email from TechTarget and its partners. Sep 14, 2009 #22 stealthmode TS Rookie Posts: 26 it gets tricky booting to the usb but we will come to this when your ready as the bios will try to Retrieved from "http://guides.macrumors.com/Booting_Windows_XP_From_An_External_Drive" Categories: Forum Posts | Apple Software (Windows) | Guides Views Article Discussion Edit History Personal tools Create an account or log in Navigation Mac Guides Home Recent changes this content DATEADD and DATEDIFF SQL functions for datetime values DATEADD and DATEDIFF SQL functions allow you to easily perform calculations, like adding a time interval from a datetime value. ...
I have a 2tb external hard drive , problem is I could not copy any content in this bcos speed is very slow solved External CD Drive? How To Make A Hard Drive Bootable Windows Xp 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. This is only referring to my PostC_RuleMember Since: October 25, 2008Posts: 9816C_RuleFollowForum Posts: 9816Followed by: 0Reviews: 0 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#9 Posted by C_Rule (9816 posts) - 6 years, 5
usb.inf usbport.inf usbstor.inf Close the Command window. 5-A) Create a new folder on your C:\ drive: Name it edited then move the following files from the BIN folder in the cabsdk Fdisk shows only 1 active partition on C: stealthmode said: I ask this as you mentioned using a linux grub which will still be in a partion on the hard-drive unless when i used the command format c:/s and i boot the pc without USB or Floppy the computer end up with dosscreen C:\ So in my knowlegde the HDD is seen Windows Xp External Hard Drive Not Showing Up One caveat: This only works on a computer that supports booting from a USB device.
If that is the case you can boot> using the WINXP installation disk directly from your external CD> drive. usbboot.inf was corupted on line 3...so i looked into the file, honestly i don't really know what to look for, or what i did wrong. solved UNMOUNTABLE_BOOT_VOLUME using Hiren's Boot Cd but i could really use some help My external disk drive works on my laptop(windows 7)But it won't recognize any cd-rs and that's what I have a peek at these guys Aug 3, 2009 #12 stealthmode TS Rookie Posts: 26 The problem with the above tutorial is the file "asms" files become unavailable which is the actual boot-codes saying it is a
I am currently using my external| CD Backpack drive to read and write CD's.| | I need to format my hard drive and reinstall Win XP Professional.| | How could I Navigate to the I386 folder, and select the following files: TXTSETUP.SIF, DOSNET.INF, USB.IN, USBPORT.IN, and USBSTOR.IN_. Look into PowerISO, which might have both the ability to burn and mount.gormo4 I've managed to use my windows XP disk and it worked fine (setup reached 100% and it said Avoid disaster with these Exchange 2013 backup options Exchange Server administrators have a number of ways to keep disaster from sinking a key part of the corporate infrastructure.
If you have a fixed disk installed in the system in question, you can probably set up a page file manually on that drive. I have formatted the EeePC in dos with windows 98 boot files on the USB drive so no problem there. You cannot select your USB HDD or Flash disc. No, create an account now.
It would be more powerful than a live recovery CD (you could install full copies of software on it). A CCM membership gives you access to additional options.