System Failure --will not boot

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    The simplest thing is to get a friend with a windows machine to use usb7ice to create a bootable usb stick from the Dell iso you already downloaded.

    Unless somebody here has a chromebook and can guide you.
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       #42

    I can open it on a win7 desktop - so I need to create a bootable usb stick from the iso I already downloaded. I'll try again. Thanks.
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    so I need to create a bootable usb stick from the iso I already downloaded.
    yes
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    This is what I see on the USB - do I now open the iso? That is the top line, right? The DGN etc etc.
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    1. copy the iso file to the hard disk. So you would have for example C:\DGKNTA00_Win10x64ROW_home.iso

    2, Copy usb7ice.exe to your hard disk

    3. Rt click on usb7ice.exe and run as administrator.

    4. select the usb stick in the dropdown ( if there is only one usb stick attached, it will probably already be showing in the dropdown)

    5. then click the button that says ISO and browse to C:\DGKNTA00_Win10x64ROW_home.iso

    6. now click "copy iso to usb"
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    OK dumb question 3 thousand and one -- I am doing this on the win7 desktop right? This won't screw up my friend's win7 system, right?

    I know I can't do it on the Chromebook. That little bit I do know. Thank you.
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       #47

    I am doing this on the win7 desktop right?
    yes
    This won't screw up my friend's win7 system
    no
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    ok - did it and this is what my usb looks like - is all ok. If so, I now to to the Dell and find my way to the usb with the boot folder (which looks empty by the way).

    Thank you.
    It also says -- This disc contains a "UDF" file system and requires an operating system
    that supports the ISO-13346 "UDF" file system specification.
    Last edited by patriceltic; 29 Apr 2023 at 13:28.
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    the iso I have is 6.10 gb what happened to yours?

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    Don't know. It's the one I downloaded from the link you posted. I don't know why that would have changed. I'll log on to the win7 system again and take a look at the iso file number.

    - - - Updated - - -

    Went back in and found one that is 6.10 GB. That smaller one must have been processed on the Chromebook and something happened to it. So I'm doing it right now - once it's done, how do I get to it on the Dell?

    The win 7 is very slow but about half an hour ago it said 1gb was done and just looked at it and it still says 1 gb. I am not sure this is going to work but I'll let it continue.

    OK! Finished -- so when you have a minute, let me know what to do next. Thanks a bunch.
    Last edited by patriceltic; 29 Apr 2023 at 16:35.
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