In last article we have finished after making a USB Bootable. We hope you have following things ready moving ahead.
- Windows Installation USB Device (Pen Drive). Please look at the 100% status in final step mentioned in first part of this article. All USB storage devices (pen drives) might not be converted to boot device. So please take care of that.
- If you are installing on Desktop PC, maintain Power supply proper in case of Laptops/Notebooks keep battery full charge and keep plugged-in. Power failure in middle can crash your Hard-disk.
- Older PCs might not support booting from USB or newer devices might have Boot from USB setting disabled. Please go to BIOS settings (by pressing Del key or F2 key in boot screen) and enable this.
- Most of new devices has Quick Boot device selection (F12) menu disabled by default. Either enable that setting or from boot setting, set USB device as first boot priority. This is less recommended because if you are not experienced user, you might create multiple installations.
You have taken Backup of your important files and set Identification for Hard Disk partitions.
Lets move to our procedure to begin installation.
Install Windows from USB
- Plug-in the installation USB stick and restart your computer. When computer restart press a key based on your BIOS setting. If you have set USB as your first Boot device, you need not to do anything. If you have not done so, Press F12 button. Pressing F12 button will open a new menu to select Boot device.
OK, Are you searching for next step. There is no next step. You have successfully completed installation of Windows 7 from USB.
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