Windows 7 USB Installation

Windows 7 USB Installation

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Windows 7 32 & 62 Bit ISO

Windows 7 32 & 62 Bit ISO

Source: Google

Create a Bootable USB Flash Drive For Windows 7 / 8 (WinToBootic)

Creating a Bootable USB Flash Drives for windows 7 / Windows 8 is very easy with WiNToBootic Application.
This application is developed to support for both the 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows Vista, 7 and Windows 8.

WiNToBootic application

http://www.wintobootic.com/

Windows 8 Developer Preview

http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/download-shop

 

Source: YouTube

How To Remove Autorun.Inf Virus From USB Flash Drive

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Create Bootable USB Flash Drive for Windows 7

Source: YouTube

** Please note that you CAN use NTFS when formatting the drive. You can substitute “fs=fat32″ for “fs=ntfs” if you would like

*Please make sure that you go into your netbook’s BIOS and set the USB thumbdrive as the first bootable device. This way when you’re done with this process, just keep it plugged in and reboot and setup should start*

Another simple GUI tool for copying an ISO file to a USB drive is to use Microsoft’s new USB/DVD Download tool: http://www.microsoftstore.com/store/m…

This quick video is to demonstrate how one would take the Windows 7 DVD image (ISO) and copy the setup files so that one can install Windows 7 via a USB flash drive. I used this process to install Win 7 on my new Acer Aspire One Netbook. All hardware was detected flawlessly BTW. Very quick. Very pleased.

How To Use Sandbox in Wikipedia

This video shows you how to use your “sandbox” to practice editing Wikipedia or begin a draft. Source: Youtube

Help: Wikipedia Webchat

http://webchat.freenode.net/?channels=#wikipedia-en-help

To create a Wikipedia link (Wikilang):

1. Go to http://incubator.wikimedia.org/wiki/Wp/kne

2. In the box where you see Wp/kne/Main Page, replace Main Page by “main page” in your language

Sample: Wp/kne/Kankanaey

3. Click Create page

References:

Use books, encyclopedias, newspapers

Wikipedia is not being recommended as a good reference but if needed indicate:

“This article is in part or totally a translation of” with a link to the original article (URL).

References:

https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/WikiLang/Main_Page

Sample wikilang page:

http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/WikiLang/Mi%27kmaq

http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/WikiLang/Mi%27kmaq_Animals

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