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TR Dojo: Install Windows 7 from a USB flash drive Bill Detwiler shows you how to install Windows 7 from a bootable USB flash drive--created with the free DiskPart utility. Once you’ve watched this TR Dojo video, you can find a link to the original TechRepublic article and print the tip from our TR Dojo Blog.
Hi, I like this video. I have a question. I am using HP laptop with 2gh Core 2 duo processor with 2 gb ram. My processor does not support Hardware Accelerated Virtulation feature which is required to run XP mode in window 7. My hard disk is of 160 gb. I want to test win7 on my laptop so I dont have enough space to install it on my laptop so just want to try it. Is it possible to install win 7 on USB like Live CD? OR Pls give me any other option if this is not possible. Also I want to know how to access files on physical harddrive from virtual machine. Thanks in advance