Create a Windows Home Server Vail boot disk on a USB drive

This is a great article showing you how to turn a USB pen drive into a bootable Windows Home Server Vail install disk. Basically it takes the Windows Home Server files and puts them on to a USB thumb drive and makes it bootable, instantly allowing you to boot from the thumb drive and install Windows Home Server Vail without the use of a CD/DVD Drive.


You can also do this for Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Server 2008 by following the same instructions but obviously putting the relevant disk in.

Check it out here.

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Matthew Glover

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  1. Tom Abell says:

    Thanks Matthew, I appreciate it! More on it’s way…


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