Conclusion On Usb Device - It seems easy to use USB device by copying content from installation CD but it does not work due to the unbootable condition of USB device.
I am interested to buy an ebook in an installation CD and eager to copy that CD on a USB memory key. I think I would copy the installaiton CD on USB device from any other conputer and install on my conputer through that USB memory key. Am I thinking right? Will I be able to conduct the job?
You might not like to know that whatever you are interested to do cannot work. The job seems quit simple and it would be sinmple if there would not some minute process inhibitors which on a small point spoil all your working and proof it vein. Let's see how all this happen and how all this should happen?
- Actually the process of copying a bootable CD to a USB device will surely copy all the content o your bootable CD to your USB device but it would not copy the bootable part of the CD on the USB device. The USB device will remain unbootable.
- If seen further there is an option for you to use specific tools ehich are capable of producing bootable USB device. They work by providing you with an ISO image of such CD in order to boot it but this is much to complicated to use and can not assist every common userwho does not know about the loopholes of the working on computer.
- Still there is an easy option for you which you will find simple to apply is the use of either USB CD or DVD drive. This will lessen your complications and easy to be used by anyone.
You simply have to connect the USB CD or DVD drive when you need to boot through any installation media
I was too interested to accomplish the same task easily and utilised a USB CD for copying the installed CD.
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