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How to install os and all application programs at once using pendrive


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#1 vijaianandh

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Posted 06 July 2014 - 11:26 AM

How to install os and all application programs at once using pendrive...I have seen this method in computer service center..this method will save more time..if u have any idea please share with me



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Posted 06 July 2014 - 12:47 PM

 I have a method that works as long as the apps you want to install don't come on more than one disc.  By that I mean that if you get something like MS Office on a bunch of CDs, Windows gets confused when it's time to switch discs.  However if you want to limit this to apps that don't come on more than one disc, here's what I've done.  I create a folder on a USB flash drive and copy the install discs into it with a unique file name for each app.  That is I might have a file for WordPerfect, one for Nero, another for Firefox, etc.  Then I write a .BAT file with a CALL statement for each file.  I put ECHO statements between the CALL statements so whoever's watching it run will know where it is.  If that makes sense to you, there's no need to bother with the following example, but in case it's not crystal clear, here's the example.

 On the flash drive I create a folder I'll call INSTALLS.  Now let's say I want to install Firefox, Nero, and Malwarebytes.  In the INSTALLS folder I'd have files Firefox.EXE, Nero_Install.EXE, and MBAM_setup.EXE.  Then I'd create a batch file with Notepad that looked something like this:

ECHO *** Installing Firefox ***

Call Firefox.EXE

ECHO *** Installing Nero ***

CALL NERO_Install.EXE 

ECHO *** Installing Malwarebytes ***

CALL MBAM_setup.EXE

ECHO *** Installs complete ***

END

 I'd put the batch file in the same INSTALLS folder and call it something like MYINSTAL.BAT.

 

I hope that helps.

 

Good luck.


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