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dishant has written a quick how-to guide on installing Windows 7 via USB or SD Media over at the forums. Please note the follow-up post further down, if you are having trouble with the first set of instructions.

Install Windows 7 via USB or SD Media



 Install Windows 7 via USB or SD Media

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  • Saitek009

    This method works great. You can also copy the files to your hard drive and run setup.exe from inside your current OS. It will copy the install files to the correct location, restart and boot into the install.

  • Saitek009

    This method works great. You can also copy the files to your hard drive and run setup.exe from inside your current OS. It will copy the install files to the correct location, restart and boot into the install.

  • Saitek009

    This method works great. You can also copy the files to your hard drive and run setup.exe from inside your current OS. It will copy the install files to the correct location, restart and boot into the install.


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