|02 May 2013||#1|
Copying Windows 7 disc to USB
I have a Toshiba Satellite A-215 and I am having issue with the D drive. I wanted to know if I can just drag the contents of the Windows 7 disc to a USB.
I am trying to sell the computer and because I couldn't find my disc to wipe it I just tried to manually delete most things and somehow I think I got something for the D drive. The only other computer I have access to with a disc drive is at work so I don't have permission to install anytime of software.
So would drag and drop work in this situation?
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|02 May 2013||#5|
The disc drive is not working on my Toshiba so I can't load in the Windows disc to wipe it and hopefully replace something that I deleted to stop the drive from working. Do that I need to put the contents of my Windows disc onto a USB.
The only computer that I have access to the has a disc drive is my work computer, which I do not have admin rights on.
My question is if I just drag and drop the content from the disc to the USB will it work?
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