With Windows 7 reaching the RTM milestone, interest in the already popular next generation operating system continues to increase. One area that people are looking at is, the installation of Windows 7 on the various types of machines they have. For awhile now, it has been noted that Windows 7 will run on Netbooks; however, as some very observant people have noted, Netbooks do not normally come with a DVD Drive. This leaves the question of, how do you install Windows 7 on a machine with no DVD drive?
To help answer that question, we have a video posted up on TechNet that actually walks through how to install Windows 7 using a USB stick. It’s a quick 7 minute video (yes, quite the irony that the Windows 7 installation video lasts 7 minutes) that shows you how to prepare a USB drive with the installation bits and install off it.
Also, don’t forget about the additional resources, training, etc. that we have available right now in Windows 7 for you to utilize: WINDOWS 7 RESOURCES.
Thank you and have a wonderful day,
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Microsoft Worldwide Partner Group
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