Supported Sources

Here is an incomplete list of some of the supported sources tested with WinSetupFromUSB.
Since new sources are added frequently, please check again for updates.

Tests are usually performed on a NTFS formatted USB flash disk, including the Linux based ones. If there are additional steps needed to get a source going or another file system is needed, there will be a note.

Please leave a comment if you have tested another source, with a description and link to it, or if you have a request for a new one.

WindowsLinux / *BSD / *nixAntivirus Rescue DisksDOS/Other

Windows 2000/XP/2003 Setup option, multiple sources are supported:

  • Windows XP, any architecture (32 and 64 bits), any Service Pack (SP), any version (Home, Professional etc.)
  • Windows 2000, any SP, any version
  • Windows 2003, any architecture, any SP, any version

Windows Vista / 7 / 8 / Server 2008/2012 based ISO option, multiple sources are supported::

UBCD4Win/WinBuilder/Windows FLPC setup/BartPE option:

IA64/Itanuim versions are not tested.

Linux ISO/Other Grub4dos compatible ISO option, multiple sources are supported:

Ubuntu / Xubuntu / Kubuntu
Fedora / CentOS / RedHat
Suse / OpenSUSE

Use Linux ISO/Other Grub4dos compatible ISO option unless other specified

Use Linux ISO/Other Grub4dos compatible ISO option

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      • Some background of the situation…My Sony VGN-A790 10 year old laptop with 3 year old hard drive, crashed due to a virus or power outage. I am stuck in a reboot loop, that I can’t stop even with going into F8 and trying safe mode safe mode with command line, last best known, and disable auto restart on system failure, which doesn’t stop the auto restart, I get a black screen with many lines of white text. If I let the screen sit for about 15 minutes, I see the flash of what I believe is a bsod screen, but can’t read it, because it goes directly into the reboot after the flash of the blue screen.

        I tried a disc I made years ago, but have never used, and although it plays it gets hung up on the screen where it says can’t access EULA end user license agreement. I bought what was supposed to be a retail disc, but ended up being DSP generic OEM.It would not play farther than the press any key to boot from cd screen. I have the files copied from that disc, to Win 7 laptop. I do have a bootable usb drive, but have seen no info on how to do a Repair with one.

        I have a picture of the files listed in the folder, how can I be sure that the source is proper? It is DSP OEM not retail, and I have an old sony.

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