WinSetupFromUSB

WinSetupFromUSB 1.4

Software to install Windows from a USB device

WinSetupFromUSB is a software bundle that allows users to install numerous versions of Windows onto an operating system with the use of a USB storage device. This is an excellent tool in the event that a system has irreparably crashed or if a standard CD is no longer available. The entire project was started as far back as 2006. View full description

PROS

  • An excellent means to protect against a system failure
  • This application is able to support various Linux-based ISO files

CONS

  • The application is considered to be rather technical in its nature
  • There is currently no support offered for Windows 10 users

WinSetupFromUSB is a software bundle that allows users to install numerous versions of Windows onto an operating system with the use of a USB storage device. This is an excellent tool in the event that a system has irreparably crashed or if a standard CD is no longer available. The entire project was started as far back as 2006.

Functions and Primary Uses

WinSetupFromUSB can be thought of as an extra level of redundancy to help protect Windows users from a complete loss of their files. One of the main advantages of this platform is that it has the ability to support most versions of Windows developed after Windows XP. Please note that it is also able to handle many applications associated with Linux and DOS. Recent updates have enabled this app to support both 32- and 64-bit versions of Windows.

Other Unique Features

WinSetupFromUSB is able to boot from both BIOS and (U)EFI modes. While its core components are associated with the restoration of Windows systems, it is capable of handling many other ISO files if required. Examples include Arconis, Paragon and Ultimate Boot CD. A final interesting feature is that users can also choose to transfer Windows installation files onto an additional USB storage device.

Install Windows XP, 2000, 2003, Vista, 7, 8, Server 2008/2012, Linux, Antivirus rescue disks from USB

WinSetupFromUSB is a Windows program, which prepares multiboot USB flash or fixed disk to install any Windows versions since 2000/XP, boot various Linux and *BSD flavors, AntiVirus Rescue Disks, as well as many Windows, Linux, DOS based and other utilities.

WinSetupFromUSB can also prepare Windows XP (2000, 2003) setup files to be installed onto a USB disk

It was developed with Windows setup in mind, but its functionality was extended later to cover many other sources in a multiboot USB disk.

-Multiple sets of Windows setup files- XP, 2000, 2003, Vista, WIndows 7, Server 2008, Windows 8, Server 2012, 32/64 bits

-Multiple WinPE2 (Vista and above) based sources from ISO files- Windows Defender Offline, recent Norton Ghost versions and PE based PC manufacturers recovery disks

-Single WinPE1 source-BartPE, UBCD4Win, LiveXP and similar WinBuilder projects, WinFLPC etc.

-Multiple Linux distributions and utilities from ISO files- Debian, Ubuntu, Fedora, CentOS etc., this includes most Antivirus Rescue Disks

-Many other ISO images as long as they are compatible with grub4dos CD emulation, such as Ultimate Boot CD, Windows 95/98 and most DOS based utilities, Acronis and Paragon boot disks...

-Syslinux boot meny and optionally single

Simple to use interface, as well as advanced options for experts which give full control.

Special formatting option for wider USB boot compatibility on picky machines.

Full support for all Windows versions since Windows 2000, customized sources are accepted as well, number sources limited only to free space on the USB disk.

Option to auto integrate the required SATA/AHCI/RAID drivers in XP Setup.

Option to prepare XP/2003 source to be installed from USB to USB disk.

Multiple Wind

Computer technicians, IT managers, computer field engineers, enthusiasts, as well as novices.

WinSetupFromUSB

Download

WinSetupFromUSB 1.4

— User reviews — about WinSetupFromUSB

  • osamaautoo

    by osamaautoo

    "thaks"

    i want winsetup usb work with win8 & this program suport arabic languae. More.

    reviewed on December 30, 2012