How To Install Windows 7 On Freedos Laptop Bags 4,0/5 7227votes

I just bought a laptop (ASUS X553SA-XX203D) with FreeDos OS. I want to install a Windows 7 (tried with DVD and USB too) but when I wanted to boot the install disk it is crashing with blue screen and the following error msg: 0x00007e. I googled to find some solution but nothing worked. What should I do.

With my new Acer 3700 Revo not having a CD/DVD, I need to install windows 7 of a USB drive. This guide will show you how to do just that. Your need a Windows 7 PC and access to windows 7 source media. And a blank Pen Drive of at least 4 GB ( I’m using a 16GB).

How To Install Windows 7 On Freedos Laptop Bags

Doing it in DOS Step by Step guide. Insert you windows 7 DVD and note down your DVD drive letter (from Windows Explore or My Computer). Download Lagu Epica Illusive Consensus. In my case it’s D: Plug in you usb stick (best to use a blank one, or backup you data that is currently on it) Go to Start menu >All programs >Accessories, right click on Command Prompt and select Run as administrator. Now Type DISKPART Then Type List Disk (and note down the disk number of you USB still (It should be the smallest size, in my case Disk 1). Now type the following SELECT DISK 1 CLEAN CREATE PARTITION PRIMARY SELECT PARTITION 1 ACTIVE FORMAT FS=NTFS (Format will take a while) Once the Format is complete type the following. ASSIGN EXIT Now type D: (or what ever letter is assined to you DVD drive, as per step 1). Cd boot BOOTSECT.EXE /NT60 F: F: being the Drive letter my USB stick (check in explore for yours).

Finally Type Xcopy D: F: /E Again making sure that you use your drive letter (D: being cd from F: being usb stick /E just mean all files and folders). Once the copy is compete (about 10-15 mins), that should be it. Whatever device your installing it on, make sure it boots from usb, pop the pen in, and power on the machines.

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