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how to move the win 7 setup to a sub folder inside the usb ?


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agentaltair47

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Hello all, this is my first topic in this forum
I used the "WinSetupFromUSB" and it's amazing because it allow me to put all the files I need in one partition however I want to put the installations files in a sub folder and make the boot read them in another words I don't want the boot to read the setup from the root. so what modification should I do to the files for this purpose ?


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jaclaz

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Maybe what you want is to install from a .iso image.

I hope we are not (again/still) in this situation :ph34r: :
http://reboot.pro/to...usb-sub-folder/

See:
http://www.rmprepusb...ials/firawiniso

and/or install from a minimal PE:
http://www.msfn.org/...winntsetup-v23/
http://www.msfn.org/...0-from-usb-hdd/

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You may also try beta9, it's still being tested, hence not yet announced, which automates the process- Vista and above is installed from an ISO file, supporting as many ISOs as you want. WAIK files are not needed.
http://code.google.c...-0-beta9_rc4.7z

Edit: updated link with the newest test version.

Edited by ilko_t, 18 January 2013 - 11:31 AM.
Link updated

Install Windows from USB, boot Linux, multiboot and a lot more with WinSetupFromUSB


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agentaltair47

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thanks a lot for your help "jaclaz "
since am a beginner to these stuff I understood nothing from the first link you gave me but the idea of installing the ISO files pleased me

Edited by agentaltair47, 01 January 2013 - 12:08 PM.


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thans " ilko_t " I'll give it a try




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