What are the other bits after (EXIT) as other websites say you are finished after exit for making bootable disk,ps rest dont work after that it sayS command not reconised internal or extenalas batch command.i have taken a repair disc off my window 7 working lapton 64 bit and put onto my acer aspire one note book running windows 7 dont know what bit 64 or 32 then save from cd to my hard drive then send to my usb which i think is bootable, but only got to EXIT BIT on your guide! i get my acer and get to boot from usb it starts but then says kennals are missing!!!!ps acer dont work as reformated it from acer guide just black screen saying windows 32 missing. do you think acer could be 32 bit and im trying to install 64 bit or you think that the repair disc i made from my working laptop installs a bot on cd so when save it to usb its giving wrong info to windows on acer? it has 3 items on cd should boot be removed from cd before sending to usb. comput chap wants 60 quid to fix but can get new windows 8 from shop for less but could i install this on usb the bootable one i made,and if so will it overwrite windows 7 currupt version on acer! cheers for any help
hey guys why to make usb disk bootable just install any version of windows in ur usb drive directly but it should be 8gb usb drive for win 7 and vista and it should be 4 gb for xp,98 and vista portable.
Hey,thanks for this. I still use xp64 on an haswell i3, with 8 gigs of ram. Its just simple,works beautifully,no compositing,nomodern apps,or such.Hint for some > windows vista 64 MSE 4.4.304 from filehippo,for ex,works perfect on XP64,updates,and detects .
Even microsoft recommend some of these updates themselves in an enterprise situation: Well, this is for windows 7, but I think the same thinking can be applied to windows 2003/XP x64 updates; if it fixes basic errors in things that are used often (tcp/ip, smb, dns), it should be fixed.
I just wanted to run a Vista recovery disk and start all over again on this laptop but even when I use the BIOS to tell it to boot to the CD and enable the F12 key to choose which media to boot on, the CD is not available as a boot media. With no floppy drive I was hoping to make a CD boot disk and then delete the windows directory, hoping that it would then boot to the CD. Guess the old days of fixing the older systems with the windows98 service disk have gone away. 2b1af7f3a8