Mr Dave Glover of Blogs.MSDN.com wrote a guide on how to create a USB Thumb Drive Vista Installer. The article is interesting because recently a friend of mine wishes to install Windows Vista onto a laptop in which DVD drive is not working anymore (it’s already dead).
BTW, this is really useful for all DVD less laptops. So, I wrote a Complete Step-by-Step Beginner’s Style Guide on how to do it easily, Not Just For the Geeks But For All.
1. Format the USB Stick as NTFS: Open Windows Explorer and Right-Click the Drive > Choose the Format Option
2. In the File System Combo box, Choose NTFS and Click the Start Button to begin.
3. Afterwards, Open the Command Prompt as Administrator: In Start Search type, cmd > Press CTRL + Shift + Enter
or you will get… “Access is denied” Message after launching diskpart command. More »
Vista DVD include all the vista version and include more feature that cause it need a high speed computer with at least CPU=2.0Ghz , Ram=512,HDD=30Gb But we can reduce some feature to make it smaller,faster and can support computer only 800 Mhz, Ram=256, HDD=5Gb…you will enjoy it by following remove this feature below:
# accessories #
# drivers #
printers, modems & scanners
graphics ,sound and ethernet drivers are still included.
# games #
all games removed
# hardware support #
internet small computer system interface (iscsi)
smartcards More »
Open up an administrator mode command prompt by right-clicking on the shortcut and choosing Run as Administrator, then type in diskpart to load up the disk partitioning command line tool.
The most important step is to run the following command, which will give you the numbers of the disks, so you can use it in the next command (and not accidentally remove a partition on another drive).
Now that you know the correct number for the disk, you can use the select disk command, substituting the number 1 for whatever number your flash drive is set to: More »
This guide shows you how to run the check disk (chkdsk) command from the System Recovery Options included on the Windows Vista DVD.
So your computer won’t boot up and you need to run check disk (chkdsk) on it to try and repair errors on the hard drive. This guide shows you how to run check disk by booting from the Windows Vista DVD and running check disk from the System Recovery Options command prompt.
Run Check Disk from a System Recovery Command Prompt
1. Place a Windows Vista DVD in the DVD drive and restart or turn on your computer. More »