How to install windows 7/8/8.1 without using CD / DVD / any other external drive: Most of us know how to install windows on our pc / laptop. Installing windows on pc / laptop with a CD/ DVD or any other bootable USB is very simple but here in this post i am going to provide you a smart trick to install windows on your pc / laptop without using CD / DVD / any other external drive. Yes, this is possible and here is the complete guide on how to install windows 7/8/8.1 without using CD / DVD / any other external drive.
Actually,the method that i am going to provide you here will install windows directly from the hard disk of your pc or laptop and you don’t need any external elements to install windows like any cd / dvd or bootable usb. Now you don’t need any cd or dvd to install windows again beacuse most of use don’t use original windows and need to reinstall windows timely. So, here is the complete step by step guide to install windows 7/8/8.1 without using CD / DVD / any other external drive :
Step by step guide on How to install windows 7/8/8.1 without using CD / DVD / any other external drive :
- You just need to make a new partition of your hard drive or you can also shift all your material to some other hard drive partition. Just make one partition empty.
- Now you have to copy the following content from the cd only for thefirst time :
- Now you have to make your hard drive bootable.
- To do this, launch CMD as administrator.
- Now enter these commands in cmd :
- List Disk
- Select Disk X
- List Partition
- Select Partition X
- X:\boot\bootsect.exe /nt60 X:
- Remember above that ‘ X ‘ is the name of your hard drive .
- Now Exit and shutdown.
- Now Bios of your pc / laptop has to be configured to boot from the hard drive.
- Now in windows 8 , go to run and type “msconfig“. Now Click the “Boot” tab . Now click ‘Windows Setup (\windows)‘, and hit Delete. Click OK. Click ‘Exit without restart‘.
You have successfully installed windows using your own hard drive of laptop / pc. For queries, comment below and let us know.