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
Debian
Mageia
Fedora / CentOS / RedHat
Suse / OpenSUSE
Slackware
Others

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

Use Linux ISO/Other Grub4dos compatible ISO option

117 thoughts on “Supported Sources

  1. Hi, I have a question, this also allows to implement Windows XP SP3 (x86) and Windows 7 SP1 (X64) from ISOS non-standard?

  2. Hi,
    Thanks for the super-awesome tool! However, when adding the ISO for Fedora 21 workstation 64bit to the ISO folder and adjusting the menu to read from it, when Fedora starts it works fine, but attempting to install it to the HDD via Anaconda crashes the installer. When using a tool like Rawrite32 to apply the ISO to a flash drive, the fedora install works fine. All the other Linux ISOs I have added this way work fine. Something special about Anaconda or the way it queries the hardware. Any ideas?
    –R

    • I got up to the partition selection screen, where I had to cancel because did not have free space to install to it.
      How far do you get?

      • I should note that I’m using a usb HDD, not a flash drive. I think that may be related, as I have now seen other issues when installing Linux from USB HDD. Maybe the issue is not the fault of WinSetupFromUSB.

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