Guide to Create a Windows Bootable Image Creator
Windows Bootable Image Creator (wbICreator) is a portable and free utility developed by AskVG writer "Shashi Kumar Sinha" which enables you to make bootable backup/image of Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7 as well as Windows 8 setup. You just have to provide any desired name for bootable image file, choose the folder containing Windows installation files and then select the destination folder that will be the place where the new ISO image will be stored.. The tool will then prompt you about what to do next.
Once your Windows Bootable Image Creator has finished creating the image, you can save the newly created bootable USB flash drive in the same directory where you saved the Windows XP or Windows Vista image file. Or if you are using Windows Vista, you have to first uninstall Windows Vista before you can begin the process of creating the bootable USB drive. This is because Windows Vista requires a different program for creating USB flash drives and this program is not included in Windows XP. After you have uninstalled Windows Vista, you need to uninstall the program causing the problem in order to resolve the issue of making your Windows bootable USB drive. You can do so by clicking on Start, Run, Run window, type "msconfig" in the field obtained and enter into it the IP address or hostname of your Windows XP or Windows Vista machine.
Once you have done so, you should open the "Safe Mode" with Windows by clicking onto "My Computer". This will allow you access to your computer in Safe Mode, which means that you don't need to use your hard disk in order to launch Windows operating system. Then you need to insert the Windows XP or Windows Vista image file that you want to create in the USB drive and follow the on screen instructions that are provided in order to launch Windows operating system. The rest of the process involves connecting the two USB drives together and then plugging them into your computer's USB port in order to complete the Windows installation.