|03 May 2009||#1|
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No problems with USB install for Win7 RC7100
I had device driver problems when installing Windows7 RC7100 from DVD so I setup a bootable USB drive.
Follow these instructions.
Plug the drive into your PC.
Remember to setup your bios to boot from a USB drive.
I also setup multiple boot for XP, Vista & Windows 7 - no problems.
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