Blogger Kurt Shintaku figured out how to install Windows Vista from a USB flash drive, a potentially huge time-saver for anyone needing to deploy the OS on multiple machines. You'll need a Windows Author: Rick Broida. My brother recently had to swap hard drives in his ThinkPad. Seeing as his fancy IBM doesn’t have a disc drive, he needed to figure out a different way of installing Vista on the machine after the swap. Now like most of us he had seen the many articles stating you can install Vista from a USB drive so he decided to give it a go.
Jun 08, 2007 · 3. Setup your computer BIOS to boot from USB Drive. 4. Install Windows Vista from flash memory drive. After finish the above step. you can try to view how fast the installation of windows vista can be completed. Let us know how you feel if whether installing windows vista on flash memory drive compare the installation window vista on DVD media.Author: km. In this tutorial, we will discuss about the latter and learn how can we create a bootable USB drive for installing Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 or Windows 8.1. As installing Windows from a flash drive is much faster than from a CD/ DVD, such an installation will also save time. Steps to create a bootable USB Flash Drive.
Oct 07, 2008 · If the USB flash drive is of sufficient capacity, say 8GB, then after copying the Vista installation DVD onto it, you can create a new folder (ex: Device Drivers) in the USB key and place all of your latest driver installation files in it. May 18, 2010 · Hi, I'd like to know if it's possible to run the Vista installer from CD, and install Vista onto a 16 GiB USB flash drive? I can't find anything about it on.