CCBoot - LAN Boot Software for Windows Windows 7 boot software

Contents

Windows 7 won't boot "The boot selection failed because a .

Installing Windows 7 from USB drive without using any software is the fastest way as far as only the installation of operating system is concerned. Generally, Windows 7 installation media is larger than 2 GB in size which needs a DVD to fit. So, if your computer does not have any optical DVD reader, you would face problem when installing Windows 7. In that scenario, the USB drive plays an significant role. To install Windows 7 from USB drive, you just need a USB drive having more than 3 GB of volume.

You might be reading several tutorials on “How to Install Windows 7 from USB Drive”. But, most of them, do not work properly. However, there are various ways to do it, here, I’m going to discuss how to install Windows 7 from USB drive without any software.

The first part describes how to prepare the USB stick through the command prompt for the installation of Windows 7.

Also read: Install Windows XP from USB Drive.

Requirements for preparing Windows 7 Installation USB disk:

  1. The first thing that you need is the Windows 7 ISO file. You can download it from the web or copy it from the Windows 7 installer DVD. In the second case, you have to copy the disk content in your USB drive using a computer which can read the DVD.
  2. A USB disk / flash disk with a memory greater than 3 GB.
  3. A computer running with Windows 7 or Windows Vista or later versions like Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and so on.

Advantage: It takes only 10-15 minutes while you install Windows 7 on your PC using a flash drive.

How to Prepare USB Drive to Install Windows 7 from USB

Preparing USB drive to install Windows 7 from USB or Flash Drive is pretty easy. Here, we’ve discussed a step-by-step guide for the installation of Windows 7 using a flash drive or any USB drive.

First Step: Insert the USB into the available port of your computer and wait for a while until the system detects it (if you are using the USB stick first time on your computer).

Second Step: Open the command prompt with ‘Administrator’ privilege (procedure: type ‘cmd’ at the start menu search box then right-click on it and choose ‘Run as Administrator’).

Third Step: Now, in the command prompt, type “diskpart” and hit the ‘Enter’ key. This should change the command base from your system drive to DISKPART. Then, run the following commands one-by-one.

1. list disk: This displays all the disks at your computer. Generally, there should be two disks in the list; one is your hard disk (Disk 0) and the another one is the USB disk (Disk 1).

2. select disk 1 (be careful*)

3. clean

4. create partition primary

5. select partition 1

6. active

7. format fs=ntfs : You can also format the USB drive in Fat32 i.e FAT File System. You can also add an optional parameter like quick at the end of this syntax for a quick format).

8. assign

9. exit

* Note: The set of commands assume that the USB drive is addressed as “disk 1”. So, check it carefully by doing a list by the command “list disk” before you clean it.

Now, the USB drive is ready to use for the Windows 7 installation purpose.

One drawback of this technique is that if you are applying this tutorial on Windows XP i.e. if you are using the command prompt in XP then it won’t work. The “list disk” command does not show the USB disk in the list. So, use Windows Vista or Windows 7 to prepare the installation media. Once you prepare the USB flash drive, follow the next steps to install Windows 7 from USB.

Installing Windows 7 from the USB Stick

Fourth Step: To get started, copy the content of the Windows 7 installer DVD into that USB disk.

In case of ISO file, just extract the ISO file in it. Once copied, you can boot your computer from the USB drive. Generally, your computer won’t boot from USB Drive. You need a small change in the BIOS settings to install Windows 7 from it. Setup the BIOS as follows:

Open the BIOS setup window (press F2 or F10 when starting your computer) and change the boot option according to the followings:

  • Make the USB hard disk as the first boot option.
  • Save the changes and exit from the BIOS setup window.

Your computer should automatically reboot and the installation wizard should appear. Now, you can follow the onscreen instructions to complete the installation with Windows 7 at your computer.

You should keep in mind that the whole configuration to the flash drive to Install Windows 7 from USB can only be done with a computer which is installed with either Windows 7 or Windows Vista. If  you do not have Windows 7 or later version in your PC, you can follow our another article Create multiboot USB drive to install both Windows XP and Windows 7 which is a platform independent technique.

Till now, I have discussed about installation of Windows 7 using Flash drive without any third-party software.  The process is somehow lengthy and time consuming. Fortunately, there is few trusted software available in market to create a bootable Windows 7 installation USB.

But, before that, you need to create a Windows 7 ISO image either from Windows 7 installation DVD or you can download Windows 7 ISO file direct from Microsoft.

Use Windows USB/DVD Download Tool to Create Windows 7 Installation USB

Limitation: Exactly same operating system is required to your PC which ISO image you will use to create bootable USB for Windows installation.

1: Download Windows/DVD Tool on your computer. And run it.

2: Choose the Windows 7 ISO file. Then click “Open”.

3: Click “Next” when you are back on the step 1 screen.

4: Click “USB Device” on the next step i.e. choose media type screen.

5: Choose USB drive or any external drive where you want to put Windows 7 installation files. Blue refresh button will be useful to you if you plug the USB drive later to your PC.

6: Click the “Begin Copying” button and wait to create a bootable Windows 7 installation USB device. At first this tool formats the USB Drive then it copies the installation file and makes it ready for installation.

I have already mentioned thart this tool has some disadvantages while creating a Windows 7 installation USB flash drive. According to Microsoft, this tool only supports Windows 7 ISO image. But some geeks claim that they can successfully manage to create bootable USB for Windows 8 and 8.1 as well.

All-in-one Tool to Create Windows ISO image and Windows 7 USB Installer

gBurner is a tool which allows you create bootable USB or Flash drive so that you can install Windows 7 to your PC directly from any external USB device. Let see how to make use of it.

Requirements:

  • Windows 7 Installation Dvd or ISO file.
  • gBurner Software.
  • A Windows PC.

How to Prepare Bootable USB to Install Windows 7 from USB Disk Using gBurner

  1. At first, download and install gBurner to your PC and run the application.
  2. Now, in the left pane of the gBurner software, you will find ‘copy’ option and just select ‘Make Image’ option from there. This option lets you create a standard ISO image directly from a Windows installation DVD.
  3. Choose the disk and output location and click ‘OK’. It will take some time to create a Windows ISO image file. (Note: You can bypass the above steps if you already have a Windows ISO image file.)
  4. Now, go to ‘Tools’ section and select ‘Write USB’ option from there.You need to run gBurner as administrator to access this option.
  5. Insert a flash drive or any USB drive to your PC. Now, choose the input image file location from your PC. And Choose destination USB drive from there.
  6. Choose the writing method as ‘Auto’.
  7. Finally, choose ‘OK’ button to write Windows ISO image to USB flash drive.

The process would take 10-15 minutes. And, after the total completion, the USB drive will be ready and you will be able to install Windows 7 from that USB flash drive.

See the video tutorial that describes “How to Install Windows 7 from USB Drive or a Pen drive”:

Don’t hesitate to write down your queries into the comment section regarding any problem when installing Windows 7 from the USB flash drive xliisfotvodioe

We are happy to help you!

  1. LAN boot is a technology based on IP (Internet Protocol), UDP (User Datagram Protocol), DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) and TFTP (Trivial File Transfer Protocol). It requires two computers: LAN boot server and client. The client is a computer you want to boot up over LAN, while the server is a computer which provides necessary data such as NTLDR, NBP (Network Boot Program), system image and so on for client booting over LAN. LAN boot program allows to remote boot a computer over LAN without a hard disk. It is therefore ideally suited for both diskless and thin clients. CCBoot support install windows xp over lan and install windows xp over network. For LAN boot solution, the boot process is as bellow:
    • 1, Power on,
    • 2, Load BIOS,
    • 3, PXE stack built-in the NIC (Network Information Center),
    • 4, Download NBP (Network Boot Program) from server to client's RAM by TFTP,
    • 5, NBP's responsibility to perform the next step (a.k.a. 2nd stage boot).
    As an administrator responsible for a network of about dozens of computers or more, LAN boot solution will drastically reduce your daily workload. If you want to install or upgrade various softwares for all computers in the network, you just need to do it once. It can also bring you enhanced Disaster Recovery solutions.
    1. Install LAN Boot Server with CCBoot - An All-in-one LAN Boot Software
      Download LAN boot software - CCBoot server installation package from - http://www.ccboot.com/download.htm.
      Launch ccbootsetup.exe on the LAN boot server and keep press the next button to the end.


      Figure 1

      CCBoot will use the following ports – 67 (DHCP), 69 (TFTP), 3260 (iSCSI), 1000 (Image Upload), 8001 (Service Control). You need to open these ports in the firewall of the LAN boot server. Since CCBoot v2.1, you also need to open port 66. V2.1 uses port 66 as DHCP backup.

      Note: Please shut down the other DHCP services on the LAN especially the DHCP service in the router.

      Launch CCBoot and you will get the main interface as bellow:


      Figure 2

    2. Initialize The LAN Boot Server
      Demo Environment
      Server IP: 192.168.1.10 Gateway: 192.168.1.1 DNS Address: 192.168.1.1 IP Mask: 255.255.255.0 DHCP Range: 192.168.1.101-192.168.1.254 Launch the LAN boot software - CCBoot, menu "Options"->"Options Wizard" and configure step by step as bellow:


      Figure 3

      You need to select the correct local IP address as "DHCP Server IP". Press "Scan DHCP" to check if there are other DHCP services on the LAN. You need to stop other DHCP services on the LAN.


      Figure 4

      Set "Server IP Address". Normally, it’s the same as "DHCP Server IP". Set "Write-back File Path" and "Image Save Path" as you want. "Write-back File Path" is used to store the LAN booted clients’ write-back data. You’d better use a big volume hard disk as "Write-back File Path". This disk should be formatted as NTFS and 64K bytes per cluster. "Image Save Path" is used to store the images for LAN booting. This disk should be also formatted as NTFS and 64K bytes per cluster. You’d better use a fast speed hard disk as "Image Save Path". For example, use an SAS hard disk.


      Figure 5

      Keep default values in "Server Cache Settings".


      Figure 6

      Keep default values in "Other Settings". Press the "Finish" button and confirm the popup dialog box.
    3. Create Image for LAN Boot Windows XP To boot Windows XP with the LAN boot software - CCBoot, you first of all need to create a system image and here're the steps -
      1. Choose one client PC as master PC used to create LAN boot image. Attach a hard disk on the PC.
      2. Delete all partitions first. Allocate a small MBR partition about 40G size and leave the rest unallocated. Format the 40G partition with NTFS. Install Windows XP and the latest SP into this partition.
      3. After complete Windows installation, open the local area connection network properties and configure as bellow:


        Figure 7

        Click "Properties".


        Figure 8

        Select "Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)" and click "Properties".


        Figure 9

        Select "Obtain an IP address automatically" and "Obtain DNS server address automatically", then click "OK" to save.
      4. On the CCBoot LAN boot server you will find a client in the client list (Figure 10) that was added by CCBoot automatically when the client PC got IP address from the CCBoot DHCP service.


        Figure 10

      5. Double click the client to edit and check both "Enable Upload Image" and "Keep Write-back File" (Figure 11), when press "save" button it will ask you "Are you sure to delete write-back file" Just press "No".


        Figure 11

      6. Download CCBoot client installation package from: http://www.ccboot.com/download.htm. Launch ccbootsetupclient.exe and keep press the next button to the end. Then launch CCBoot client and you will see the main interface as bellow (Figure 12).


        Figure 12

      7. Press the "Install CCBoot Client" button. After finished, it will require reboot system. Reboot the client PC.
      8. After reboot, launch CCBootClient again, input the correct "Server IP address", it should be the IP address of the PC on which CCBoot server has been located. Input the image file name as you want in the "Image File Name". Press the "Upload Image" button to upload the image to the CCBoot server. Then CCBoot will create an image in the server "Image Save Path".

        Note: CCBoot supports two types image file format. It supports VMDK if you are using Windows 2003 as CCBoot server system. It will support both VMDK and VHD if you are using Windows 7 or Windows 2008. As you can see in Figure 12, the file format depends on what you have set for "Image File Name". For example, "XP01.vmdk" and "XP01.vhd".

    4. LAN Boot Windows XP over Network
      1. On CCBoot LAN boot server, double click PC101 (Figure 10) to open the master PC’s properties dialog box, uncheck "Enable Upload Image" and "Keep Write-back File".
      2. Remove the HDD from the master PC, set it firstly boot from network (or LAN, PXE rom, or some other similar settings) in BIOS settings so that it will start LAN booting Windows XP.(Figure 13).


        Figure 13

      3. The first time LAN boot Windows XP on the master PC, you can modify its computer name (Figure 14).


        Figure 14

        Set the computer name as you wish then press enter key to boot it over network (Figure 15).


        Figure 15

      4. On CCBoot server, "Options" -> "Settings" -> "Default Client Settings" -> "Disk Group" -> press the ">>" button, select "XP01.vmdk" as the default boot image in "System Image Selection" section.
      5. Do the same as Step 2 and Step 3 for other client PCs with the same specifications as the master PC to implement LAN boot resolution for them.

    5. LAN Boot Windows 7 and Vista
      LAN boot Windows 7 step by step.
      LAN boot Vista step by step Internet Download Manager v6 Serial Crack

More information:windows xp fails to load network values

Change Windows 7 Boot Screen - intowindows.com

PAGE CONTENT:
1. Use diskpart to fix UEFI in Windows 10/8/7
2. Use Automatic Repair to repair Windows 10/8 UEFI

In this article, you'll find step-by-step methods to guide you fix computer UEFI boot errors in Windows 10/8/7. No matter you are a new Windows 10 insider user or a loyal Windows 8 or 7 fans, if you are having problems with UEFI boot on your PC, just relax. And you may directly follow offered steps below to fix UEFI boot in Windows 10/8/7 with ease now.

Method 1. Use Diskpart to Fix UEFI Boot Error in Windows 10/8/7

If you are a Windows 10 or 8 user and you prefer free methods to fix UEFI boot error, you may follow below two solutions to solve this issue now:

1 - Enter Command Prompt from Advanced options

Step 1: Insert Windows 10/8/7 installation disk or installation USB into PC > Boot from the disk or USB.

Step 2: Click Repair your computer or hit F8 at the Install now screen.

Step 3: Click Troubleshoot > Advanced options > Command Prompt.

2 - Run Diskpart to set partition ID and assign drive letter

Step 1: Type below command and hit Enter each time:

  • diskpart
  • list disk
  • sel disk 0

Step 2: When the message "Disk 0 is now the selected disk" shows up, type: list vol and hit Enter.

Diskpart will now show the full list of volumes on your PC, find UEFI volume from the list: UEFI partition will be on Volume 2.

Step 3: Type below command and hit Enter each time: 

  • sel vol 2
  • set id=c12a7328-f81f-11d2-ba4b-00a0c93ec93b 
  • Or SET ID=ebd0a0a2-b9e5-4433-87c0-68b6b72699c7

Step 4: Assign drive letter by typing below command and click Enter:

  • assign letter=G: (Note: G shall be a unique drive letter which cannot be already used.)

3 - Repair the Boot Record

  1. Step 1: Open Command Prompt as administrator, enter below command:
  • cd /d G:\EFI\Microsoft\Boot\
  • Note: G is the drive letter you signed to UEFI partition and remember to replace G with UEFI's partition letter.
  • Enter: exit when the process completes.
  1. Step 2: To repair the Boot Record, open CMD and enter below command line:
  • Enter: exit when the repair process completes.

4 - Rebuild the BDC Store

Step 1: Type each command line and hit Enter each time:

  • ren BCD BCD.old
  • bcdboot C:\Windows /l en-us /s G: /f ALL (Note: c:\ is the drive where Windows 10/8.1/8 is installed on.)

Step 2: Type: exit in Command Prompt when the process completes and then restart your PC.

Now UEFI boot is fixed and Windows 10/8/7 can be boot up on your PC again.

Method 2. Use Automatic Repair to repair Windows 10/8/7 UEFI

Windows Automatic Repair is a built-in tool for users to apply and try to fix some normal errors on Windows PC. And you may also try this method to repair Windows 10, 8 or 7 UEFI/EFI boot error:

1- Boot up Windows from Installation media

Step 1: Insert Windows 10/8/7 installation disk or USB to your PC.

Step 2: Restart PC and boot from the disk or USB.

2 - Enable Automatic Repair option

Step 1: Click Repair your computer at the Install now screen.

Step 2: Click Troubleshoot at Choose an option screen > Click Automatic Repair.

Step 3: Choose an account from the list to continue at the Automatic Repair screen and wait for the process to finish.

When the process completes, you can restart your PC and then you should be able to use your computer without any problems again.

Final Word

UEFI boot error frequently occurs to Windows 10, 8 and some Windows 7 users. If you have come across such a problem, relax and follow the provided two methods on this page to get rid of this issue Curse

Read more This guide is about boot partitions for the following Windows versions: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1 and 10 What is a boot partition A Windows boot partition,Change Windows 7 screen logo and animation using Windows 7 Boot Updater software. Follow our step-by-step instructions to get custom boot screens in Windows 7,Windows 7 Forums is the largest help and support community, providing friendly help and advice for Microsoft Windows 7 Computers such as Dell, HP, Acer, Asus or a .

Read more Hey guys I've found this guide pretty good. It's straight from my site www.k2labs.com. If you've been using Windows XP for a while now and want to try out window 7 or .,Dual Boot PRO for setting up a dual boot of Windows 8 or Windows 7 with Windows Vista or XP. Easily edit and modify your dual boot operating system registry entries .,Windows 7 consente di avere sullo stesso sistema schede video di produttori differenti, e include una nuova versione di Windows Media Center, i gadget che si .

Read more Windows 7 consente di avere sullo stesso sistema schede video di produttori differenti, e include una nuova versione di Windows Media Center, i gadget che si .,Describes how to use the clean boot process to troubleshoot a problem in Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, or Windows Vista.,Change Windows 7 screen logo and animation using Windows 7 Boot Updater software. Follow our step-by-step instructions to get custom boot screens in Windows 7

Troubleshooting Windows 7 Failure to Boot - Seven Forums

RECOMMENDED: Click here to fix Windows errors and improve PC performance
 

Those who have been following Into Windows for a long time might already know that the end user can’t replace the awesome Windows 7 boot animation (boot logo) with a custom one.o A few months back Microsoft’s Engineering Windows 7 blog detailed why Windows 7 doesn’t let end users customize the boot animation and boot screen.

Windows 7 users who aren’t happy with the default boot screen animation or users who’re fed up of seeing the same boot screen animation every time Windows boots might want to change it with a custom animation or static picture. The good is that it’s now possible to customize the Windows 7 boot screen by replacing default animation, and default Starting Windows message with the help of a free tool.

A little over one year after the Windows 7 RTM build release, Jeff Bush at Coder For Life website has released a free tool that does the miracle with a click! Yes, you can now replace the Windows 7 boot animation with a custom one.

Windows 7 Boot Animation Updater is a small tool that not only allows you change boot animation but also Starting Windows and Microsoft Corporation texts in a jiffy.

Key features:

  • Modifies the boot animation
  • Modifies the boot text “Starting Windows” and “© Microsoft Corporation”
  • Will compile the animation from 105 BMP, PNG, GIF, or TIFF images
  • Does not require any other applications (like ImageX)
  • Designed to be idiot-proof by having numerous checks
  • Automatically backs up the modified winload.exe and bootres.dll
  • Can be run as a GUI or command-line program
  • Works for 32-bit or 64-bit Windows 7
  • Numerous other little things (e.g. forcing timestamps) to match the original

Before you jump to the download page, let us remind you that this is an advanced tool and one should backup Windows and data or at least create a system restore point as this tool edits or replaces some original system files. We suggest you run this tool with admin rights to avoid errors.

Note: A new version of Windows 7 Boot Animation Updater has been released. Please go through Windows 7 Boot Updater beta version released article to know what’s new in the latest version Acronis Disk Director 11

Download Windows 7 Boot Animation Updater

Install Windows 7 from USB Drive Without Any Software

  • PXE boot Windows can help a network administrator reducing the daily workload. As an administrator responsible for a network of dozens of computers or more, it may take you much time to for troubleshoot and even sometimes you need to do a clean install of the operating system. That's a lot of work, especially if you have to do it several times a week. Fortunately, PXE boot Windows solution can help you out of such annoyance. CCBoot supports install windows 7 via pxe boot

    How to configure windows pxe server and pxe boot windows xp PXE is short for Preboot eXecution Environment or Pre-Execution Environment. It allows computers to boot over network even without harddisk. You can create a Windows operating system image in order for PXE boot Windows XP, 2003, Vista, indows 7 and 2008. All computers in the network can boot up from only one image so that it's much more easily and efficiently for the daily maintaining. Just need to operate the image one time while all computers using this image will get changed.

    Nutshell, the PXE boot server is a DHCP and TFTP server. After you have set the client firstly boot from network in BIOS, it will get an IP address from the PXE DHCP. Then the PXE server will push NBP (Network Bootstrap Program) and operating system image stored in the server to client by TFTP so that client can boot up even diskless.

    When using PXE boot Windows solution, the boot process will be changed from the normal order to:Power on -> BIOS -> PXE stack built-in the NIC (Network Information Center)-> NBP (Network Boot Program) downloading from server to client's RAM by TFTP-> NBP's responsibility to perform the next step (a.k.a. 2nd stage boot).

    Advantages of PXE Boot Windows


    • 1, Significantly reduce initial capital and implementation costs.
    • 2, Reduce power and cooling requirements.
    • 3, Accelerate deployments, upgrades, and server repurposing.
    • 4, Reduce complexity and risk.
    • 5, Improve critical system availability.
    • 6, Implement enhanced Disaster Recovery solutions.


    1. Install PXE Boot Server for Windows with CCBoot - An all-in-one PXE Boot Windows Software
      Download PXE boot Windows software - CCBoot server installation package from - http://www.ccboot.com/download.htm.
      Launch ccbootsetup.exe on the CCBoot server and keep press the next button to the end.


      Figure 1

      CCBoot will use the following ports - 67 (DHCP), 69 (TFTP), 3260 (iSCSI), 1000 (Image Upload), 8001 (Service Control). You need to open these ports in the firewall of the PXE boot Windows server. Since CCBoot v2.1, you also need to open port 66. V2.1 uses port 66 as DHCP backup.

      Note: Please shut down the other DHCP services on the LAN especially the DHCP service in the router.

      Launch CCBoot and you will get the main interface as bellow:


      Figure 2

    2. Initialize the PXE Boot Server for Windows
      Demo Environment
      Server IP: 192.168.1.10 Gateway: 192.168.1.1 DNS Address: 192.168.1.1 IP Mask: 255.255.255.0 DHCP Range: 192.168.1.101-192.168.1.254 Launch the PXE boot Windows software - CCBoot, menu "Options" -> "Options Wizard" and configure step by step as bellow:


      Figure 3

      You need to select the correct local IP address as "DHCP Server IP". Press "Scan DHCP" to check if there are other DHCP services on the LAN. You need to stop other DHCP services on the LAN.


      Figure 4

      Set "Server IP Address". Normally, it’s the same as "DHCP Server IP". Set "Write-back File Path" and "Image Save Path" as you want. "Write-back File Path" is used to store the clients' write-back data. You'd better use a big volume hard disk as "Write-back File Path". This disk should be formatted as NTFS and 64K bytes per cluster. "Image Save Path" is used to store the boot images. This disk should be also formatted as NTFS and 64K bytes per cluster. You’d better use a fast speed hard disk as "Image Save Path". For example, use an SAS hard disk.


      Figure 5

      Keep default values in "Server Cache Settings".


      Figure 6

      Keep default values in "Other Settings". Press the "Finish" button and confirm the popup dialog box.
    3. Create Image to PXE Boot Windows XP To diskless boot Windows XP from the PXE boot server built by CBoot, we first of all need to create a system image and here're the steps -
      1. Choose one client PC as master PC used to create PXE boot Windows image. Attach a hard disk on the PC.
      2. Delete all partitions first. Allocate a small MBR partition about 40G size and leave the rest unallocated. Format the 40G partition with NTFS. Install Windows XP and the latest SP into this partition.
      3. After complete Windows installation, open the local area connection network properties and configure as bellow:


        Figure 7

        Click "Properties".


        Figure 8

        Select "Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)" and click "Properties".


        Figure 9

        Select "Obtain an IP address automatically" and "Obtain DNS server address automatically", then click "OK" to save.
      4. On the CCBoot server you will find a client in the client list (Figure 10) that was added by CCBoot automatically when the client PC got IP address from the CCBoot DHCP service.


        Figure 10

      5. Double click the client to edit and check both "Enable Upload Image" and "Keep Write-back File" (Figure 11), when press "save" button it will ask you "Are you sure to delete write-back file" Just press "No".


        Figure 11

      6. Download CCBoot client installation package from: http://www.ccboot.com/download.htm. (download pxeboot.com) Launch ccbootsetupclient.exe and keep press the next button to the end. Then launch CCBoot client and you will see the main interface as bellow (Figure 12).


        Figure 12

      7. Press the "Install CCBoot Client" button. After finished, it will require reboot system. Reboot the client PC.
      8. After reboot, launch CCBootClient again, input the correct "Server IP address", it should be the IP address of the PC on which CCBoot server has been located. Input the image file name as you want in the "Image File Name". Press the "Upload Image" button to upload the image to the CCBoot server. Then CCBoot will create an image in the server "Image Save Path".

        Note: CCBoot supports two types image file format. It supports VMDK if you are using Windows 2003 as CCBoot server system. It will support both VMDK and VHD if you are using Windows 7 or Windows 2008. As you can see in Figure 12, the file format depends on what you have set for "Image File Name". For example, "XP01.vmdk" and "XP01.vhd".

    4. PXE Boot Windows XP on LAN
      1. On CCBoot server, double click PC101 (Figure 10) to open the master PC’s properties dialog box, uncheck "Enable Upload Image" and "Keep Write-back File".
      2. Remove the HDD from the master PC, set it firstly boot from LAN (or network, PXE rom, or some similar settings) in BIOS settings so that it will start network boot to PXE boot Windows XP.(Figure 13).


        Figure 13

      3. The first time PXE booting Windows XP on the master PC, you can modify its computer name (Figure 14).


        Figure 14

        Set the computer name as you wish then press enter key to boot it (Figure 15).


        Figure 15

      4. On CCBoot server, "Options" -> "Settings" -> "Default Client Settings" -> "Disk Group" -> press the ">>" button, select "XP01.vmdk" as the default boot image in "System Image Selection" section.
      5. Do the same as Step 2 and Step 3 for other client PCs with the same specifications as the master PC to PXE boot Windows XP for them minecraft setup

        (More information: diskless software windows xp)

    Related articles

    History Eraser--Erase history of your past Internet Activity HISTORY ERASEHow to Clear History on an iPhone. Your iPhone stores a lot of data about what you do. Usually this is used to make things easier for you, such as tracking .,1- Erase the Jewish nation's 3,000 year history in the Land of Israel; 2- Invent ancient Palestinian, Muslim and Arab histories in the land.,CONNECT. This is a chance to connect with your teammates, other Race participants, local businesses and not-for-profits, and your community! It begins when .

    HACK-PORT.RU The Best Game Portal - Главная страница Anti hack v3.1Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Premium v3.1.2.1733 Full Espanol 2017, con el software adecuado y de las excelentes practicas para identificar.,Ways To Cheat. The hardware cheat devices for N64 come in the form of a cartridge which plugs into the N64, allowing a game cartridge to connect to the top of it.,Read comics online in high quality for free, fast update, daily update. Unique reading type: All pages - just need to scroll to read next page, and many more.

    Скачать css v34 CSSV34.RU CS-Source v34Скачать кс соурс v90 самую новую версию через торрент или лаунчер. Последняя рабочая версия .,Представляю вашему вниманию одну из самых популярных версий counter strike source- css v34 (более 50 .,Рады видеть вас! На нашем сайте вы сможете скачать любые лучшие сборки по cs 1.6 бесплатно и .

    << Go back to the previous page