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2011

WinSetupFromUSB - How to install Windows XP / Vista / 7 from USB Stick / Flash Drive - BitHacker's Tumblr

Here’s how to create a Windows XP, bootable, USB key. This is very useful especially persons using Netbook or in the case that your PC is not equipped with a DVD/CD player or its is out of order. Creating your bootable USB key: First of all, you will need: A USB key (capacity:1 or 2 GB;) A Windows XP CD ( official version ) or an ISO image of Windows XP A PC with a CD player and a USB key And this software WinSetupFromUSB : http://www.datafilehost.com/download-109e97af.html [Used in this article]If you’re trying to install Windows 7 on a netbook, Microsoft is making things even easier. Just use the Windows 7 USB tool.

SARDU - How to Combine Rescue Disks to Create the Ultimate Windows Repair Disk - How-To Geek

Why limit yourself to just one? Here’s how to combine your favorite repair disks together to create the ultimate repair toolkit for broken Windows systems—all on a single flash drive. If you need to clean up an infected system, we’d absolutely recommend the BitDefender CD, since it’s auto-updating. Best bet? Create your ultimate boot disk with as many of the different utilities as your flash drive can hold. To create the rescue disk, a USB flash drive with a decent amount of space—for our purposes, 2 GB is the minimum size, but you’d be better off with something a little bigger if you want to put a lot of repair disks on it, especially the larger ones. To create the custom drive, we’ll use a small piece of software called SARDU, which combines a bunch of functionality into a single package—you can use it to download the ISO images, write everything to the USB drive, or create an ISO image that you could burn to an optical disc—though obviously you’re space-limited in that case.

Boot Multiple ISO from USB (MultiBoot USB) | USB Pen Drive Linux

How to create a Multiboot USB Flash Drive that you can use to Boot Multiple ISO Files from USB. Please note that you might need a 8GB-16GB or larger USB flash device to be able to support every bootable ISO entry. I will update and add more Bootable ISO files to the list as I find the time to test them. You can also contact me to submit working Bootable Linux ISO menu.lst entries for inclusion.

MultiSystem - How To Boot 10 Different Live CDs From 1 USB Flash Drive - How-To Geek

Ever get the urge to try out a bunch of Linux distros at once? Maybe you’re hosting a Linux installation party. Here’s an easy way to get a bunch of Live CDs working from a single thumb drive. 10 Distributions, You Say? MultiSystem is a really easy tool made to run on Ubuntu and Ubuntu-based distros that you can use to play with various LiveCDs at once, or to create the ultimate recovery device. If you don’t use Ubuntu, you can use an Ubuntu Live CD to install MultiSystem so that you can create your super live USB drive without having to run Linux as your main OS. It’s best to download your ISOs ahead of time, and select a USB drive large enough to house them all. I actually went with an 8 GB SD card (used via a USB adapter). Here are some of the popular and interesting distros I used.

2008

How do I create a bootable USB Flash Drive?_Cary Easy Usb Drive

Follow these steps below to create a bootable USB flash drive. In any case, make sure to have a backup of all important data from your PC before you start. CoSoSys cannot be held responsible for whatever happens after following the described steps.

Ophcrack Live CD___When you can't log into that old Windows PC , try booting up using the Ophcrack Live CD

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Ophcrack will detect all the users set up on your Windows systems, and reveal their passwords—if the passwords are relatively easy to crack. See Adam's screenshot tour of how Ophcrack works, and which Windows passwords it was able to crack or it wasn't.

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