You couldalso click on the unknown device in the device manager and see if you canfind new drivers on the internet. FINALLY downloading. Head to the "Boot" menu and set the boot preference for the Removable disk as "First". These instructions should work whether you're installing Windows XP on a system that came preloaded with SUSE or Windows Vista. http://mttags.com/windows-xp/install-windows-xp-error.php
i connect it and it syas "usb device found" then it says "Unknown device" ! Linux - 1GB should do fine. Either my hard drive is lacking a BOOTMGR or the BOOTMGR for the hard drive is missing, because nothing will boot from the USB. I'm not sure what sets some sticks apart from others, but I do have one stick that I can't seem to mark bootable no matter how many different Windows or Linux http://reboot.pro/topic/17327-tutorial-install-windows-xp-from-usb-in-a-simple-way/
In some cases, people saw two instances of their driver but reported that only doing this one one worked fine. Select the source path of the Windows installation disk. Josh Thanks for documenting all this stuff Brad.
Select 2 for a text-based installation. If it's E, then change the letter to e. XP - 1GB is probably fine for most cases. How To Create A Bootable Usb Flash Drive To Install Windows Xp bsumpter Excellent writeup, Brad!
Download and unzip this file (alternate link 1) (alternate link 2). How To Make A Bootable Usb Windows Xp If you have a USB CD/DVD drive, you probably skipped all the stuff above, and that's fine. You do not want this.
I'd be interested in a typical student mix of Office, Firefox, Acrobat, and something like iTunes, all running at the same time.
But you're also lucky to get 2 hours of battery life out of the standard 3 cell battery, so I'm a bit wary to do too much overclocking. How To Install Windows Xp From Usb Step By Step If you are installing on a new drive and it has not been formatted yet, go into the setup, format it and then restart your pc. el_nacho Hi bsumpter, are you running at 1 Gig or 2 Gig RAM? Switching windows and tabs is not quite as quick and zippy as it would be on a more powerful computer, but it's passable.
But if you're wondering if you should go to 2GB in your Mini-Note, I'd say it would depend on your choice of OS. http://www.komku.org/2013/07/winsetupfromusb-simplest-way-to-install-windows-xp-from-usb-flash-drive.html At least the computer runs at its advertised speed, which is more than I can say for some laptops *cough* Eee PC *cough* Brad Linder I haven't gotten arond to over/underclocking How To Install Windows Xp From Usb Flash Drive The largest dedicated Dell Mini and Dell Streak forum. Install Windows Xp From Usb Rufus Brad Linder You might have to boot your Mini-Note with the USB stick plugged in.
XP - 1GB is probably fine for most cases. Mikez One thing missing from your "You will require" section;A computer running M$-Windows.Those utilities are all Windows executables and I have not yet gotten them to run under Wine. These steps may be done from another computer if necessary. It seems that I am so close! Install Windows Xp Iso From Usb
Brad Linder Thanks Bsumpter, I never would have figured half of this stuff without your useful guide! Brad Linder Thanks Bsumpter, I never would have figured half of this stuff without your useful guide! Update: HP has added Windows XP drivers to its support page for the Mini-Note. http://mttags.com/windows-xp/install-winxp-error.php Thus the walkthrough will fail at Preparing the flash drive, Step 5.
I just read over on the mininoteuser forums that there isn't anything in the bios you can change for video or cpu. 🙁 Thanks again! How To Install Windows Xp From Pen Drive Select 2 and pick a random drive letter, but not one that’s already on your PC, since this will be a virtual drive used for copying your files (note: this is Been banging my head against the wall with this for hours Reply Report Rho81 1Posts Monday November 5, 2012Registration date November 5, 2012 Last seen - Nov 5, 2012 09:09PM OMG!!!
CPU usage is hovering between 15 and 30 percent, and my memory use is under 300MB. Near the end of the process it prompts for some options regarding removing the virtual drive and chosing MkMigrateInf2 or MkMigrateInf (I think from memory)I was not sure what to do I`m in the process now. Run Windows Xp From Usb Josh Thanks for documenting all this stuff Brad.
XP - 1GB is probably fine for most cases. I'm going to try creating the bootable USB again, maybe my computer has the hiccups. Your walkthrough is an excellent resource, thanks for writing it up and posting it. this content Due to excessive spammer activity, registrations have been disabled.