Bootable Windows USB Stack (Standard 7 SP1)
Standard 7 supports booting from Universal Serial Bus (USB) mass-storage devices, such as USB hard drives and USB flash drives (UFDs). You use the Bootable Windows USB Stack, an Embedded Enabling Feature, to start a Windows Embedded Standard 7 image from a USB mass storage device.
For information about how to create a bootable USB Flash Drive (UFD) so that you can capture or extract an image on a device, see Create a Bootable USB Flash Drive.
In This Section
- USB Boot Overview
Provides an overview of issues you should consider when implementing USB boot capability on your device
- Deploy an Image built with Image Builder Wizard to a UFD
Describes how to install Standard 7 directly to a UFD by using Image Builder Wizard.
- Deploy an Image built with Image Builder Wizard to a UFD by Using ImageX
Describes how to install Standard 7 to a UFD by using ImageX. This option is more complicated but less time-consuming than using Image Builder Wizard.