Many types of gadgets announced with various brands, lighter and more simple. But there is a problem with the simple thing, hard to install the Operating system without the DVD driver. But with installing via USB flash disk with easy steps everything feels so easy and we don’t need to buy a DVD external just to install the OS.
Sometimes laptops and computers have a unique problem with can’t to install via DVD driver even if it has a DVD driver built-in but sometimes it won’t work for many reasons, this technology alternative way also could help those who have a problem with their ordinary installation via DVD driver. So when you have such kind of problem you may try this step using Flaskdisk and I hope it will solve your problem.
How to install Operating System (Windows 7) with Flashdisk
Now we will install OS Windows 7 for a sample and it tested and still works now. the “ingredient” that we need to prepare is:
- Flashdisk (min. 4GB)
- OS Software data (Windows 7)
- Coffee/Tea + Donuts... hehe..
Make sure that your Flashdisk has a minimal 4 GB free and back up the data first because we will format it with a different type. Follow the step below:
1. Format your Flashdisk with NTFS Type as the picture below
2. Move all the OS software data into the formatted (NTFS) Flashdisk
3. Set your booting section at DOS and make the “removable Disk (USB)” become the first (1st) booting device as pictured below
4. Save and Exit the DOS setting and let the computer restart and load your Flasdisk as an OS device. Done!
I hope you all can follow all the instructions and install Windows 7 easily with a USB Flashdisk. If you have any problem please don’t hesitate to contact me or ask your question in the comment section below. With my pleasure, I will help as I could. Good luck!
It is manageable!
In this article, we've outlined the steps involved in installing Windows 7 without a CD/DVD drive and using a bootable Flash disk instead. To summarize, you'll need to prepare the Flashdisk by formatting it and creating a bootable version of Windows 7 on it. Then, you'll need to prepare your computer by checking the specifications and setting up the BIOS. Once everything is in order, you can boot from the Flashdisk and follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation process.
If you run into any issues during the installation process, it's important to troubleshoot them before proceeding. Common issues include errors during the installation process, compatibility issues with certain hardware or software, or problems with the USB Flashdisk itself. Be sure to consult resources online or seek help from a professional if needed.
Overall, installing Windows 7 without a CD/DVD drive is a manageable process that can be accomplished with a bit of preparation and patience. By using a bootable Flashdisk, you can get your computer up and running with Windows 7 in no time. Just be sure to follow the steps outlined in this article carefully, and you'll be on your way to a successful installation in no time.