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Have you ever had a notebook that does not have the cdroom. uffh may be annoying, ga bisa instal new softwares purchased wrote, much less windows pas kedapetan error, and ask for the repair or reinstall.Calm down, this article might help you in installing windows using usb multiboot, this tutorial was created using a screen shoot win xp, but that's the problem you want klo ga tried it for win7/linux.

Maybe I think installing windows xp is not too hard for normal people. But will find it hard when he repeated installs without using the CD room. As we know, such as the acer netbook, netbook or the like has no CD room. Of course this is very troublesome to re-install. But not to worry, because you can install windows xp without using the cd room, you can use a USB Flash disk with a minimum of 1 GB but emang kalo mau smoothly and later windows is installed no problem worth using that capacity over 1 gb. Is it only with this USB? of course not ... here's the tutor biggrin icon Install Windows XP Using USB Flash disk
Apa aja to prepare?
1.1 GB USB Flash Disk, over 1 GB Recomended
2. Windows XP CD (it is up to the home, or professional edition)
3. USB Multiboot – download – > usb multiboot 10 / 12 usbmultiboot 

Keep gmana next?
Wait ... 'Ve downloaded yet USB Multibootnya, kalo udah we continue
1. Extract the USB Multiboot recently miles download

2. click the cmd USB_MultiBoot_10.
3. Select/press enter when the window/cmd window first out


4. After you enter, then there will be the option to format the usb using 2 option, select the H, try to see the picture below


5. the next window will appear the HP USB Storage Format Tool. Select NTFS Mode, once again and check the Quick Format NTFS, and then Start
6. after finished format, close the HP USB Storage Format Tool icon biggrin Install Windows XP Usin USB Flash disk

7. then will appear the window USB Multiboot, but coming out is a menu.


8. Select the no 1 and press enter. Menu 1 this yourself is to notify the source location of the windows xp, could be from the original cd or other.

9. When the windows xp source you provided is correct, then the next window will appear Unattended Install as below, and then select NO, then will be asked to fill out UserXP, Serial Number, the name of your computer, passwords and more.


10. After that, the selasai will automatically return to the Menu 7 above, then select the no 2 and press enter to specify the Source USB Flash disk that you have

11. After menenetukan Source USB Flash disk, choose the number 3 and press enter to start copying Windows XP installation to USB

12. At the time the copy process will exit windows below, select YES


13. the copy Process at least in need of more or less 15 minutes depending on the speed of the USB km, and after finishing last in the window select NO.



14. Well so deh, USB you can already in use to reinstall windows XP.

Q: How do I finish Kalo udah install it?
A: you need to be a computer/netbook bios settings to make the first boot to USB, CD usually still Room. Furthermore when booting the first time with USB Flash disk, there will be 2 options. You select the no 1 (BEGIN TXT MODE SETUP WINDOWS XP), because if the option no 2 for recovery. Then install just like wearing the cd room

NB. Tutors in the can from The CD Forum.

FAQ

HAL.dll ERROR while installing Windows XP via USB

This kind of Error occurs when a warning came out missing HAL.dll Error on Reboot for GUI-mode of XP Setup. This Error alone shows that in the Windows GUI mode not found in a location that is supposed to be (the default) which is usually On the internal hard drive partition you and boot.ini Menu needs to be to choose rdisk (1) partition (1)

This error is generally caused by a hidden first partition (found in computers that are branded HP), so that you install on partitions (2).

For netbooks you can you install on partitions (3)
In this case, You Select in GUI mode and at the beginning of Windows XP on the line in boot.ini Menu with HD 1-Part 3

It is also advisable to remove any Additional USB-drives like USB Backup Harddisk or External CardReader
Since the USB-additional drives can interfere in Harddisk numbering and may cause such an error HAL.dll

In TXT-mode of XP Setup, in which you select the partition that you Install,
you have to calculate the number and use the partition in the boot Menu is on a USB-stick you. at the time of the restart for the GUI-mode of XP Setup and to Start XP.

To fix the Error HAL.dll, you need to do is to modify the boot.ini file on a USB-stick you.
It can be useful to create a boot.ini with multiple entries like this:

[Boot Loader]
Timeout = 20
Default = multi (0) disk (0) rdisk (1) partition (1) \WINDOWS
[Operating Systems]
C:\btsec\XPSTP.bs = "1. Begin TXT Mode Setup Windows XP, Never unplug USB-Drive Until Logon "
multi (0) disk (0) rdisk (0) partition (1) \WINDOWS = "Continue GUI Setup + Start XP from HD 1-Part 1/fastdetect.
multi (0) disk (0) rdisk (1) partition (1) \WINDOWS = "Continue GUI Setup + Start XP from HD 1-Part 1/fastdetect.
multi (0) disk (0) rdisk (1) partition (2) \WINDOWS = "Continue GUI Setup + Start XP from HD 1-Part 2 6/fastdetect
multi (0) disk (0) rdisk (1) partition (1) \WINDOWS = "Continue GUI Setup + Start XP from HD 1-Part 3"/fastdetect
multi (0) disk (0) rdisk (1) partition (1) \WINDOWS = "Continue GUI Setup + Start XP from HD 1-Part 1/fastdetect.

Calculation of partition start with 1
Hard drive in the calculation starts with 0

On booting from USB-stick it will count in the arcpath as rdisk (0) and your Internal Harddisk will then normally be rdisk (1)

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The solution offered was to only use one partition intact in one hard disk. But that means I have to remove the recovery partition. No Way!. In confusion later appeared the question, if the "only" one call means by editing boot.ini issue complete donk? in theory anyway, but after the first way still however edited does not resolve the problem. The problem was resolved after I edit the boot.ini on the second way. The boot.ini on the way the two previous ones like this:

[Boot Loader]
Timeout = 10
Default = multi (0) disk (0) rdisk (1) partition (1) \WINDOWS [Operating Systems]
C:\btsec\XPSTP.bs = "Unattended Setup XP SP2?
C:\btsec\XATSP.bs = "Attended Setup XP SP2?
multi (0) disk (0) rdisk (1) partition (1) \WINDOWS = "Continue to XP SP2? /FASTDETECT
multi (0) disk (0) rdisk (1) partition (1) \WINDOWS = "Continue to XP SP2 from a 2nd hard drive"/fastdetect

I edit a bit to match the condition of the hard disk partition to be:

[Boot Loader]
Timeout = 10
Default = multi (0) disk (0) rdisk (1) partition (2) \WINDOWS [Operating Systems]
C:\btsec\XPSTP.bs = "Unattended Setup XP SP2?
C:\btsec\XATSP.bs = "Attended Setup XP SP2?
multi (0) disk (0) rdisk (1) partition (2) \WINDOWS = "Continue to XP SP2? /FASTDETECT
multi (0) disk (0) rdisk (1) partition (1) \WINDOWS = "Continue to XP SP2 from a 2nd hard drive"/fastdetect

GUI-based installation thereby will be longer load the second partition on the first hard disk. With minor changes was finally HAL.dll error can be resolved without having to remove the recovery partition ...ok the first good luck ya ...
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