the volume should have a volume label and drive letter…. Finally I ran bootsect /nt60 X: (X is the drive latter of your USB drive ) and then copied the contents of my Windows 7 directory to the usb drive.I am woot woot! that is probably why you are not able to boot from it. Source
Yes No The Complete Beginner's Guide to Ubuntu 16.04Are you tired of using Windows or OS X as your operating system and thinking of trying out, and possibly switching, to Linux? just see if in the area of BIOS called boot order it has your dvd marked as one of the places the computer can boot from. Valentin saysOctober 10, 2010 at 5:54 am CMD: diskpart list disk select disk # clean create partition primary select partition 1 active format quick fs=fat32 assign exitafter that everything worked perfect so i tried to repair the computer using the optoins within the windows repair applicaiotn but non of the optoins worked. http://www.sevenforums.com/installation-setup/12377-unable-boot-disk-windows-7-rc-please-help.html
If you want to follow the crowd and test it in your system, but do not want to burn into a DVD, here is how you can create a bootable USB All you have to do is copy 3 files into the folder that contain the scripts that install Windows to USB and run the main script (a *.CMD File).Here is the they worked very well.
Jan 5, 2010 at 3:40 pm justin saysi have the same problem….“could not map drive partition to the associated volume device object: access denied” Please help …thankss Jan 6, 2010 at does it come up with windows 7 in the boot manager, so you can chose vista or win 7?Plese send repley to me email Your MOM saysDecember 16, 2009 at 2:27 The transfer time from ISO to USB 2.0 took about 20-30 min. Go to your boot menu and select hard drives and swap them by using the (-) or (+) on your Number Pad.
Using Magic ISO to burn the files into the DVD+R. found this page through google, good instructions! I'll explaine my process so far.I booted off the windows vista CD the first time under the assumtion that I'd move all of my windows system files to that hard drive https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/2674065 I'm not that good, but it worked on me.
DISKPART> select disk 0 (the disk will be number from 0 onwards) you should now get a message that disk 0 has been selected. You can force DVD boot by hitting the "d" key (sometimes the c key) untill it beeps. Extract the zipped files to your desktop.Open a command prompt (Start –> Program –> Accessories –> Command Prompt).cd Desktop/MBRWiz2.0/ MBRWiz /listRecord the USB flash drive disk numberMake the USB drive active.mbrwiz But as to boot options, XP stays invisible.
You may notice that if you select your other drive as your boot device, your computer will boot up. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/45238-63-install-windows-grub-error-setup-unable-create-system I typically download both Win7 platforms (x86/x64) and use the appropriate version. You can't create a 64bit install on a 32bit computer as the last step it does to invoke a utility in the \boot directory to make USB drive bootable. January 22, 2009 jd2066 > "i hate stupid bootmgr." That is misdirected hate.
Mar 10, 2010 at 3:06 am coolUsman says"could not map drive partition to the associated volume device objects access is denied"Open cmd as administrator rather than simply opening cmd. this contact form Jul 29, 2010 at 6:03 pm Parulsc saysFor those who liked this, there is a way to make a completely running and bootable copy of windows 7 and xp, this is Error: unable to create/locate system partition. Doesn't matter.
See http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/windows-vista/how-to-make-a-windows-vista-repair-disk-if-you-dont-have-one/ for how to do so. the message i got was BOOTMGR is missing. I keep pressing F1 to retry and the light goes on for the drive, but it does not boot. have a peek here When I load the DVD, it says something like, unable to boot.
I updated the bios to see if I could get the usb boot device option but alas no. I can't format it, it says it's right protected. if you have a vista disk then follow the start of this page.
July 10, 2008 RBurris11 Hey when I boot up off the disc i follow the steps and when i get to the screen where you select what operating system i want Dec 17, 2009 at 5:43 pm mike sayscould anyone give an explanation as to why you cannot create this bootable usb drive in xp? If you could please provide me the detailed instructions that would be of great help . Please try the request again.
after formating, i try to install xp on it again. Worked perfectly! If the problem isn't hardware related you can fix it with relative ease as long as you have a Windows DVD handy. http://webgeninfosystems.com/unable-to/unable-to-connect-to-wireless-networks.html After this you will be able to see both boot ups.
this is a new laptop, and i dont want it to be broken already….. Done and now I get a boot menu.What you need to know is that we can't remove XP or 7 without pain. Now that your USB flash drive has the focus, you need to remove all the partition or volume formatting information from the disk. Someone has hacked into my 2WIRE residential gateway and is using my wireless connection.
However I did use and diskpart and formatted c which was the partition for vista. its the wrong File system… e.g. Proffitt Forum moderator / September 13, 2009 9:39 PM PDT In reply to: Hi windows XP and Windows & on dual hard drives I did this.1. Any suggestions?
if my memory is correct…. n follow instructions.. That it was unable to create and find partition. Since I was setting it up on a different PC with Vista 32-bit, I had to get the bootsect.exe file from a 32-bit version of Windows 7.
January 4, 2009 Sam Gary- I am having the same problem. When I type in getmac in the command prompt window it hasn't changed. I can't boot... http://maketecheasier.com/updated-boot-and-inst… Feb 23, 2010 at 6:40 am rocketero2010 saysSince this article was posted, we have gone one step ahead.