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[Tutorial] Install Windows 2000/XP/2003 on USB device

In this video I’m going to show you how to install Windows 2000/XP/2003 on a USB device so you can take it with you wherever you want.

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Itro & Tobu – Cloud 9


25 Comments on [Tutorial] Install Windows 2000/XP/2003 on USB device

  1. site is closed for maintainance what now!

  2. how to get the response code now? haha

  3. Site is closed for maintenace 🙁

  4. Can i use an ISO for both Win XP and Ubuntu Linux?Or i really need to have a valid disc of Win XP?

  5. hahahaha I love your music playlist – u fucking crazy guy 😉 – though im into rock music 😛

  6. Hi. So if I dont use a Virtual machine – where do I really Start the procedure? Please specify at time on the video -thanks 😉 – I guess at 3:58 ?!!!

  7. Does it work with win 9x

  8. Quite easy. Done it in XP on a PC and it works 😀

  9. wait so do i mount my usb to the VM?

  10. go to oldapps .com and install an old version of opera
    internet xplorer is slow and dosenst want to load pages on windows 2000

  11. Thanks for the video, very helpful. I followed your steps for usboot phase-i and phase-ii. I bypassed phase-iii and just used Macrium Reflect Free Edition to clone the disk to a usb drive. Worked like a charm 🙂

  12. Thank you. This is the only Tutorial that i found and even works!

  13. Do you know how to solve the infinite slowness of the XP installation into USB? I used your method (thanks) but the pen drive is too slow (I mean, few minutes for each mouse action!! E.g. Opening a folder)

  14. Linux step wouldn't work!

  15. USB not showing in rmprepusb win2000.

  16. What song is this

  17. Do you need a raid driver for this to work

  18. why do we need to do in a virtual machine?

  19. does this work booting up on a laptop with no hard drive, and could you use the full storage of a usb stick (like 8GB) after? I mean fully dependant on USB (read/write), like a normal hard drive.

  20. yooooo… u just pretty much did a virtual to physical migration!!! If you used a hard drive but used a usb cable (using it as an external hdd) then you could do this process then boot from the hdd, and there yah go… ur virtualbox virtual machine is now a physical machine

    I'm on the last step… I'm copying the folders and files over to the usb drive because the third phase failed… Can't wait to see if it worked!!

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